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As a specialist in track and sealing products, Cowdroy explains how you can prevent the thickening smoke from entering your home.
The unusual braided effect of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre’s facade is taking shape with the contractors having now installed a quarter of the 43,000 herringbone tiles.
Tzannes has released its further additions to the tri-generation plant, Irving Street Brewery, in Sydney’s Central Park.
PM Scott Morrison’s unveiling of the Australian War Memorial expansion in Canberra late last year will see Cox and Scott Carver live out any architect’s dream: $500 million to play with and a nine-year construction timeline.
Everybody wants an energy-efficient home. After all, an energy-efficient home is comfortable to live in, without large energy bills. These can be important factors for prospective home owners or renters. Our review of international research found energy-efficient homes typically fetch a higher price.
Kengo Kuma’s first Darling Exchange is set to drive the $3.4b Darling Square redevelopment of Darling Harbour with a six-storey, multi-use civic building wrapped in timber ribbons.
The Dulux Colour Forecast 2020 is a nature-inspired collection of four palettes that lead you to the very essence of happiness at home and work.
Australian aerial mapper, Aerometrex Limited has announced new technological enhancements to their MetroMap program, designed to improve customer experience as well as expand and grow the market.
Polymaster provided a customised solution to Australian energy pioneer Santos that would allow robust and reliable storage of groundwater containing dissolved gases.
Krause bricks from Robertson's Building Products Pty Ltd added the perfect finishing touch to the Lonsdale precinct with the completion of a 16-storey boutique office building at 271 Spring Street, Melbourne.
Top home experts, architects and interior designers reveal what will shape the homes of a new decade.
The booming indoor gardening movement, prominently explored at CES 2020 earlier this year, is allowing consumers to grow their greens indoors, all year-round.