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    News Archive for August 2023

    A tenth accolade for Australian Museum’s Project Discover

    The transformation of the Australian Museum, titled Project Discover, has claimed yet another design accolade, taking home the Best Public Building at the 2023 Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) Innovation & Excellence Awards.

    Student Accommodation body calls for increased units amidst housing shortage

    The Student Accommodation Council says it is concerned at a CBRE report, which has found that student accommodation demands remain high.

    Dulux celebrates 25 years of Colour Forecast with a nostalgic shift to muted tones

    A quarter of a century has passed since Dulux’s inaugural Colour Forecast, and 25 years later, the paint luminaries remain at the apex of up-to-the-minute colour palettes.

    North Sydney Olympic Pool looking to maintain its heritage elements

    The North Sydney Olympic Pool holds distinct heritage significance. Not only does it sit in a prime location, between the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park, but it has a rich social history and is also architecturally interesting.

    In-house graduates hatched by multidisciplinary firm’s new program

    An in-house graduate program set up by Hatch is helping to attract new talent, develop leaders and create career-long employees who are passionately committed to the pursuit of a better world through positive change.

    Sync bathroom pods delivered and installed at Meriton Suites Melbourne

    SYNC has landed amongst 57 levels of luxury at Meriton Suites Melbourne.

    Bathrooms designed for independent living at Metlifecare’s Pohutukawa Landing village

    Mass customisation allowed our client to create warmth in their design, mirroring the vision for this unique independent living precinct.

    Decorative metal ceiling adds the perfect finishing touch to boutique microbrewery bar

    Arrow Metal helped Bankstown Sports Club raise a glass to its new microbrewery, supplying feature perforated metal ceiling panels for the boutique bar.

    Our commitments for 2025

    By 2025, we aim to have 35% of our product ranges available adhesive-free.

    Curved metal ceiling impresses at Sydney Metro’s Victoria Cross underground station

    The durlum ceilings span from the entrance to the passageways and throughout the grand cavern, creating a beautiful flow and stunning finish.

    Verosol blinds ensure ‘light, life and openness’ at new Macquarie University building

    Verosol motorised roller blinds were specified for the new Central Courtyard Building on the Macquarie University campus to meet the design intent and help create a place where lessons are learnt and friendships forged.

    How stainless steel benchtops offer a safer alternative to engineered stone

    Stainless steel has long been a favoured material for modern home designs and commercial kitchens, as it is resistant to heat, stains, and bacteria, and is remarkably easy to clean and maintain.

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