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    News Archive for July 2015

    8 Simple Ways to Make Your Kitchen Feel Bigger

    Here are some simple ways to make the kitchen feel bigger, without remodeling it.

    ACCC to Master Builders: “We’re not responsible for building product regulation”

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has made it clear that they are not responsible for building product regulation in Australia and that concerns about non-compliant products in this sector should be directed at specialist regulators.

    Climate change means we can't keep living (and working) in glass houses

    How do we go about designing buildings today for tomorrow’s weather? As the world warms and extreme weather becomes more common, sustainable architecture is likely to mean one major casualty: glass.

    New UTS project quantifies ‘good’ residential design

    The Building Genome Project, an initiative of the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, aims to quantify good residential design.

    Peel Away system removes multiple lead paint layers on Sydney heritage building

    The Peel Away paint removal system was applied on a heritage building in Pymont Sydney to remove the old lead paint layers and restore the structure to its original condition.

    University architecture students bring Pac Man to life for Australian Engineering Week

    A human-sized robotic Pac Man game is expected to be one of the major highlights of the upcoming Australian Engineering Week in Sydney.

    Knauf’s Earthwool insulation initiative in Birdsville helps residents save over 20% on home energy bills

    Knauf Insulation supported a DIY initiative in the town of Birdsville to demonstrate the effectiveness of insulation in keeping buildings comfortable during extreme climatic conditions.

    Can Using Glass in Design Really Provide Energy Efficiency?

    The transparency and ethereal nature of glass makes it one of the most popular and important elements of modern design.

    Woods Bagot’s 700 Bourke Street Australia’s “best” workplace

    The NAB's Melbourne headquarters is Australia’s top performing workplace environment according to a post occupant evaluation (POE) survey conducted by two Sydney universities.

    Fujitsu General’s Free Money promotion extended to 31 August

    Fujitsu General announces the extension of its popular Free Money winter promotion to 31 August.

    Rheem adds new 50L model to Stellar electric stainless steel water heater range

    Rheem Australia has introduced a new 50-litre electric water heater to its Stellar stainless steel range.

    An extraordinary step in walls and ceilings

    Timber walls and ceilings are taking imaginative design to a new level, with profiles that allow for unlimited combinations and looks.

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