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    News Archive for October 2009

    Artist has movies taped

    Architect-turned-artist Mark Khaisman creates these stunning representations of scenes from famous movies using nothing but packing tape.

    Interest rate rise push premature: HIA

    A large rates hike next week would be "dangerous", warns the Housing Industry Association.

    Off shore architects cast adrift: Director

    Australian architects working on overseas projects are not given enough support or recognition, says a leading firm.

    Designer revealed for new WA community

    A West Australian firm has won the tender to design Landcorp's first new community in central Geraldton.

    Rant on

    Chicago's "lukewarm" commitment to saving buildings, the Mayor's attempt to disguise London's "blandness" and nondescript architecture in Playa del Rey.

    Halifax Vogel Group’s Seratone fibre board installed at Subiaco offices in WA

    Pyramid Constructions installed Halifax Vogel Group’s Seratone Sand fibre board at Subiaco Central in WA. The Seratone Sand fibre board was installed with steel extrusions in the lift lobbies.

    Manhattan Max banquet chairs from Nufurn - Commercial Furniture Solutions

    The Manhattan Max banquet chairs, new from Nufurn - Commercial Furniture Solutions, have been designed to be stylish and elegant.

    Commercial thermal pool covers from Sunbather

    The commercial thermal pool covers available from Sunbather provide almost twice the heat retention capabilities of other thermal blanket types.

    Three new colours of Corian from CASF Australia set to inspire designs in 2009

    Available from CASF Australia, three new colours of Corian have made their Australian debut.

    Stone homes created with Craft Stone cladding from CraftStone Australia

    Using CraftStone Australia's range of manufactured stone cladding products, it is simple to build a stone home.

    Indoor plant screens from Ambius help reduce noise in offices

    Ray Borg, Asia Pacific Regional Director of Ambius, recommends practical, fresh and green ways to help reduce the noise in busy offices with the use of plat screens.

    Global round up

    Beijing claims Best Tall Building award, Guide Dogs angered by 'shared space' scheme and "stingy" budget leads to unimpressive designs in New Zealand.

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