My shortlist (0 item)

    News Archive for August 2015

    Multi-cultural architecture and Queensland aged care project by ThomsonAdsett

    Insights on design for diversity in aged care facility Jeta Gardens with ThomsonAdsett.


    Landscape architects promote healthier ageing population through seniors-focused exercise parks

    The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects believes seniors-focused exercise parks could be the answer to a healthier ageing population.


    John Wardle Architects to unveil inaugural Summer Architecture Commission on 17 September

    The inaugural Summer Architecture Commission will be unveiled by John Wardle Architects on 17 September at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).


    Supreme Award for Redefined Heritage Building

    Keeping the rustic charm of a heritage building is often sacrificed with the demands of a modern workplace.


    How the Next Generation of Fireplaces are Fanning the Flames of Design Inspiration

    Nothing adds warmth and a relaxing atmosphere to a home quite like a fireplace.


    Fire safety of high importance, choose the right attenuation product

    Fire safety is a key concern in new builds, and to ensure maximum protection for people and property the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and Australian Standards (AS) enforce certain construction requirements.


    Prestige Fans releases new Hunter Nova compact ceiling fans for the summer

    Prestige Fans has introduced a new range of compact ceiling fans for small rooms.


    Latis baths from Omvivo win global product design award

    Omvivo announces that Latis, one of their latest bathroom creations, has won a prestigious product design award.


    Thermofilm introduces new Bliss LED furniture and decorative lighting

    Thermofilm Australia announces the release of the new Bliss lifestyle indoor and outdoor LED furniture and decorative lighting products.


    New ATFA initiative to promote Australian timber flooring species among architects, specifiers and consumers

    The Australasian Timber Flooring Association (ATFA) has announced a new initiative designed to promote the use of Australian timber flooring species among architects, specifiers, builders and consumers.


    How to keep your site clean and green after painting projects with Haymes EcoCare system

    Haymes Paint introduces an environmentally responsible solution for painters to prevent contamination of the site when cleaning up after a painting project.


    Gunnersen announces new Hi-MACS website; stone colours added to acrylic solid surface range

    Gunnersen announces the launch of the new Hi-MACS website designed to provide comprehensive information about the Hi-MACS acrylic solid surface range.


    Back to Top