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    News Archive for April 2014

    New ARDEX crack and spall repair adhesives for homes and industries

    ARDEX Australia has announced a new range of crack and spall repair adhesives for home and industrial applications.


    Apaiser stone composite bathware in an award winning range

    Stunning baths from Apaiser Bathware have been recognised at several award platforms over the years for their innovations in reclaimed marble bathware.


    Retail design is an extension of customer values & desires: Russell & George's Ryan Russell [PROFILE]

    Ryan Russell is director of Russell & George, and has experience as a designer crossing the fields of architecture, interior design, industrial design, theatre and exhibition design.


    New sustainability tool guides service industry professionals to sustainable business

    ​Consult Australia and Norman Disney & Young (NDY) have announced the release of a brand new online sustainability guide.


    New alliance formed to improve awareness of high performing, recyclable uPVC window options

    The uPVC Windows Alliance has been formed to provide information on the benefits, uses and suitability of uPVC windows to Aussie builders and homeowners.


    More give, less take—that’s how a 6 Star Green Star building performs [VIDEO]

    This documentary showcases how 700 Bourke Street in Docklands, Melbourne by Cbus Property and NAB has transformed the future of office design.


    Glass tiles made from old TV sets

    San Francisco-based company Fireclay Tile has taken a hard-to-recycle element, commonly found in old televisions and computers, and repurposed it to make glass tiles.


    Tectonic plated Cairns Aquarium concept: design progresses with Peddle Thorp & Ellick and Partners

    Car park issues threatened to halt the 2.5 year Cairns aquarium project, but the design phase is now underway with earthworks set for November.


    Melbourne Telstra store by Geyer wins at International Store Design Awards in NYC

    Geyer's Telstra retail design has won an international award in New York City.


    ‘Vertical Villages’ envisioned for Italy’s abandoned bridges

    The local government of Calabria, Southern Italy, is developing a plan to transform the many unfinished bridges on its A3 Autostrada motorway into vertical cities of the future.


    Stair nosings from Spectrum Floors used at new UniSA $80 million building

    ​The University of South Australia’s (UniSA) new student learning centre is both inspiring and practical, and features stair nosings by Spectrum Floors.


    Paarhammer windows help mixed use complex achieve 8 star NaTHERS rating

    Paarhammer Windows & Doors played a key role in a new mixed use development in Canberra achieving an 8 star NaTHERS rating.


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