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    News Archive for April 2021

    How to maximise value in your renovations (and keep costs down)

    Home renovations, while potentially expensive, can add significantly to the valuation of your home. While the Homebuilder grant may have come to a close, prospective renovators can take advantage of historically low interest rates by refinancing at a fixed rate to both fund the project and save on repayments in the long term.

    Light Hebel flooring meets structural constraints of 8-level Adelaide building

    PowerFloor+, a robust lightweight flooring system from Hebel was the perfect choice for a new development planned by Adelaide’s Luca Group in the city’s North Terrace medical precinct.

    Planning shake-up needed to help those whose job it is to make NSW a healthy place

    You’d be forgiven for asking if living in some parts of New South Wales is actually good for your health. In the past 18 months Australia’s most populous state has been challenged like never before.

    Stage 1 of COX Architecture-designed Southbank development complete

    The first stage of the COX Architecture-designed Melbourne Square is complete, with a range of facilities now made available to the general public.

    Drought proofing Australia with digital water metering

    SaaS solutions such as the Sydney Water Hydrus meter and Izar radio technology track water usage in real-time, enabling commercial and residential users to accurately measure their water usage.

    The secret to the success of the Shaker style kitchen

    Conceived by master craftsmen who valued quality and simplicity, the shaker style kitchen has endured for centuries. While in some ways its modern-day adherents have remained true to its original ethos, in others they have bent the rules and provided it with a shot of life.

    Promotions galore as Hames Sharley looks to the future

    Hames Sharley have announced a raft of promotions this week, with four new Senior Associates and four Associates progressing within the firm’s leadership team.

    Matt Black desks add refinement to creative agency’s modern interiors

    Plytech’s Polaris HPL in Matt Black was the product of choice for desks and shelving during the interior fitout of Bettle & Associates’ brand new office.

    Fraser's releases new masterplanned community in Sydney’s north-west

    Frasers Property Australia’s $2.1 billion masterplanned mixed tenure community Midtown MacPark has made quite the splash since its October launch, with 60% of the 269 MAC Residences apartments already sold.

    Celebrity design team collaborate on new cruise ship

    Multi-award-winning British designer Kelly Hoppen, celebrated American designer Nate Berkus and reputed Paris-based design firm Jouin Manku have collaborated with British architect Tom Wright of WKK on the design of the newest luxury cruise ship recently unveiled by Celebrity Cruises.

    Snøhetta to design Adelaide art gallery and Dartmouth arts centre expansion

    Snøhetta continues their association with the global arts and cultural scene with two new projects that will see the international architecture studio add an art gallery in Adelaide, Australia and an arts centre in New Hampshire, USA to their substantial portfolio of extraordinary buildings.

    Atkar Group renames Building & Construction Supplies division as Trumark Group

    Leading Australian company Atkar Group announces the renaming of their Building & Construction Supplies division as Trumark Group.

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