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    Reinventing the wheel: Incorporating colour theory into flooring design

    Colour is often overlooked as a crucial component in flooring design and specification. While the conversation around best practice for design and specification is constantly evolving, colour and the theory behind it play a significant role in the success of a finished flooring solution. To find out more about colour theory and our understanding of colour, download this free whitepaper.


    Navigating the building code through non-combustible cladding selection: Achieving compliance with fibre cement

    Against the backdrop of increasingly stringent building regulation, it is critical for professionals to meet increased demand for fire safety and performance through careful specification of non-combustible cladding products. Download this whitepaper for an efficient, reliable pathway to fire safety compliance through specification of high-performance fibre cement cladding.


    Boosting workplace wellness and productivity through smart specification of water filtration systems

    As society’s growing focus on health and wellbeing reaches the workplace, designers and specifiers are required to incorporate features that positively impact employee health and wellbeing into workplace designs. Through careful specification of filtered boiling and chilled water systems, designers can deliver elevated employee health outcomes. Download this whitepaper to learn how water filtration systems can boost workplace wellness and productivity.


    Enhancing workplace indoor air quality through efficient flooring specification

    Indoor air quality has become critical to organisational success; designers and specifiers are seeking solutions that improve indoor air quality and deliver health benefits to employees. To learn how efficient flooring specification can deliver this outcome, download this free whitepaper.


    Meeting seismic performance requirements in hospitals through efficient design

    Although Australia sits on its own tectonic plate, the continent and its built environment are still vulnerable to earthquakes. This whitepaper explores design based seismic solutions and how these can be incorporated into hospitals and other buildings that are of critical importance in the wake of an earthquake.


    Less is more: Achieving a real brick look in time and space-constrained commercial projects

    Design and construction professionals are seeking innovative design solutions that deliver speed and efficiency without compromising on aesthetics, performance and quality. Brick rail systems enable all these characteristics, and facilitate outstanding designs in commercial environments. Download this whitepaper to see how brick rail systems are the ideal, cost-effective response to the design dilemmas posed by shrinking commercial spaces.


    Finding the best of both worlds: Fire safety and moisture management in building façades

    While providing protection against fire hazards, the introduction of rigid metal sheathing has had unintended, problematic consequences for another area of design and construction: moisture management. Download this free whitepaper today to find out more about the relationship between fire protection and moisture control, and how to protect against both.


    Finding the best of both worlds: Fire safety and moisture management in building façades

    While providing protection against fire hazards, the introduction of rigid metal sheathing has had unintended, problematic consequences for another area of design and construction: moisture management. Download this free whitepaper today to find out more about the relationship between fire protection and moisture control, and how to protect against both.


    Inspired by the past, looking toward the future: Understanding Danish design

    Understanding the roots of Danish design and its complex cultural, social and historical influences gives industry professionals insight into why it thrives today and what is in store for the future. Download this whitepaper for an illuminating guide to Danish design’s unique blend of artistry and functionality.


    The best of both worlds: Bringing the outside in with screens and shades

    Large openings onto the surrounding environment are a staple of Australian residential design, but maintaining the inside-outside experience of homes can be difficult when dealing with insects, undesirable heat gain and privacy concerns. Download The Best of Both Worlds: Bringing the Outside in with Screens and Shades today to find out about the key considerations for specifying screens and blinds, and how to find balance between their various expectations


    Grate insights: Innovation, aesthetics & performance

    As the volume and pace of construction projects across the country continue to increase, industry professionals are seeking new ways to deliver innovative and high-quality projects that stand apart from the rest. To learn more about Stormtech and their invaluable contribution to the Australian drainage industry, download this free digital magazine.


    A specifier's guide: The hidden costs of cladding and façades

    Professionals must adopt a broad view of costs that includes economic, environmental and aesthetic considerations in order to identify innovative cladding solutions that offer significant cost savings. Download this whitepaper for a specifier’s guide to evaluating the cost effectiveness of cladding and façade systems beyond the purchase price.


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