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    Sydney architect chooses Cemintel Designer Series panels for own home

    The Designer Series from Cemintel™ ticked all the boxes for Sydney based architect and builder Oscar Andreazza when he was designing his own house.

    Midori single and dual axis inclinometers helping wheelchair users

    ADM Instrument Engineering presents a new range of inclinometers from Midori that can help keep wheelchair lift platforms level and stable.

    Five impressive Australian buildings showcase potential of precast concrete

    We look at five modern Australian buildings that have made the most out of this age-old method of construction.

    The ‘Living Room’ by aardvarc

    Shrouded in plants, The ‘Living Room’ is designed to be low maintenance, low running and re-cycleable, and to disappear in to the landscape.

    Sustainability Revisited by BP Architects

    This two storey extension to an existing heritage cottage provides workspace, health / leisure facilities and accommodation for a couple with strong ‘green’ convictions.

    Light Cannon House by carterwilliamson architects

    The Light Cannon House presents a model for the sustainable re-use of Sydney’s terrace building stock, allowing for the ongoing occupation of buildings otherwise unaccustomed to contemporary modes of living.

    CASA31_4 Room House by Caroline Di Costa Architects and iredale pedersen hook architects

    CASA31_4 Room House includes a macro and micro approach to sustainability by extending its meaning beyond the environmental to include contextual, social, cultural and economic concerns.

    The Beachmere Project by Sovereign Homes

    Designed to meet the growing demand for luxurious homes with a sustainable outcome, The Beachmere Project by Sovereign Homes boasts high standards of sustainable design and construction.

    Argyle by S2 design

    This innovative and extensive restoration by S2 design includes alterations and additions to a heritage Victorian dwelling in St Kilda.

    Colour House by Ande Bunbury Architects

    This colour-filled extension to a weatherboard bungalow in inner city Melbourne focuses on small and sustainable living.

    Building for outer space: felix.'s Craig McCormack talks space architecture [Profile]

    We interview Craig McCormack, director at felix., who shares with us his work on space architecture, why Lego sparked his interest in space, and whether he thinks aliens are out there.

    Hexagonal pods stack together to form alternate accommodation for festival goers

    A group of Belgian design and business consultant companies have teamed up to create hive-like accommodation for campers at music festivals.

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