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    First look at Aodeli’s stainless steel mirror panels at Sydney Build 2022

    Aodeli Australia announces that their latest innovation, Stainless Steel Mirror Panel (SSP) will be available to view on Stand P18 at the Sydney Build 2022 Expo.

    Understanding drainage in food & beverage production facilities

    Using modular systems enables designers to create layouts catering to the unique requirements of each project.

    Bringing love and light to Sydney streets for Vivid

    Dave Da Costa Enes from i2C Architects teamed up with Empire 3D Co-Owner Julian Pereira for a light hearted take on the traditional pedestrian crossing for Vivid Sydney, encouraging people to either dance, hold hands or kiss at the installation titled ‘Crosswalk This Way’.

    The Powerhouse finally gets a right and proper welcome to Parramatta

    Since the New South Wales government announced the Parramatta Powerhouse project in 2015, there has been extensive debate about the aspiration to create the first major cultural institution in Western Sydney.

    Visual art a sign of peace in Brisbane by Russian artist

    Travelling to Australia to paint a mural for the Brisbane Street Art Festival, Russian artist Viktoria Veisbrut has crafted a vision of a more peaceful world far removed from the happenings in her home country.

    Australia’s social housing system is critically stressed

    Plenty was said in the election campaign about the very real challenges faced by first home buyers and by homeowners already mortgaged to the hilt. But little comment focused on the cost-of-living predicament faced by low income renters.

    Fry practice expands to Victorian high country

    Luke Fry Architecture & Interior Design has expanded its operations into Mansfield, which is something of a homecoming for Fry himself.

    Rising demand for boutique childcare centres shown by healthy sales

    A new state-of-the-art childcare centre in East Brunswick, Victoria is expected to premium price to the seller, reflecting the rising demand for childcare services across Australia.

    Flooring solutions help realise design vision for Sydney church’s new community building

    The diversity of spaces required specific flooring, factoring acoustics, aesthetics and durability into the design considerations.

    ATDC’s innovative security gates for pharmacies, medical centres and pathology labs

    The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) installed its commercial grade security gates for the Terry White Pharmacy at Cheltenham in Melbourne.

    Tone on Tuesday 125: Homes: One Policy to Rule Them All

    Throughout the federal election campaign most political commentators (‘journalists’ is too kind) banged on continuously about personalities and politics, not policies. All surface, no substance.

    Episode 110: Oliver Heath explains the connection between human-centric and biophilic design principles

    Oliver Heath is the founder of Oliver Heath Design, an architectural & interior design firm specialising in health and well-being.

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