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    News Archive for July 2019

    Built for the sea: Specifying marine-grade building products for coastal areas

    To deliver high quality coastal buildings with long lasting performance, designers and specifiers should select products that are marine grade and compliant with Australian standards for corrosion resistance. DecoWood, with its Super Durable powder coating, is one such product.


    FRONT.design exhibitor list announced

    FRONT.design welcomes the country’s leading architectural and design suppliers to its exhibitor list, each showing the very latest in commercial design products and innovations this coming August.


    Abstracts invited for ARBS 2020 seminars

    Abstracts are invited from industry professionals for two seminar programs to be delivered at ARBS 2020.


    Add a designer element to your kitchen with Polytec’s Woodmatt laminates

    If you are considering timber finishes for your kitchen, look no further than the highly versatile Woodmatt laminates from Polytec.


    Effective glazing design through maximising natural light

    'Maximising natural light through effective glazing design' examines the importance of natural light and how designers and specifiers can harness its full potential in a wide range of projects.


    Aldi Australia to roll out 4.6 mwp of solar projects across 30 stores

    Discount supermarket chain Aldi is set to install 4.6 Megawatt Peak (MWp) of rooftop solar across 30 stores and a distribution centre in New South Wales and Queensland.


    Top 10 articles for July: From a hidden coastal house to a car factory-turned-home

    Let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered by Architecture & Design this July.


    Poor housing leaves its mark on our mental health for years to come

    Australia carries an enormous and increasing mental health burden. At the same time, housing disadvantage is on the rise in Australia. Research indicates that these trends are related.


    Big River begins global expansion with two NZ acquisitions

    Big River Group announces the acquisition of Plytech and Decortech, both located in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Screenwood panels provide acoustic comfort at Sydney’s Lowy Institute

    Screenwood Blackbutt panels were selected by Prestige Joinery to assist with reverberation control and acoustic comfort at the Lowy Institute in Sydney.


    Allianz Stadium drama continues as Lendlease pulls out

    Lendlease has pulled out of a contract to build the new Allianz Stadium for $730 million, leaving the project in a lurch.


    Liverpool’s tallest commercial tower approved

    Fender Katsalidis’ design for a high-rise commercial tower and heritage redevelopment in the Sydney suburb of Liverpool has been approved.


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