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    Double shoot-bolt door locks from Austral Lock Industries add style to doors and windows

    Australian lock manufacturer, Austral Lock Industries, presents a stylish lock that features a double locking mechanism.

    Ezycav cavity sliders available from Axiom Design

    The simple sophistication offered by the Clearview Architectural made all the difference for a modern architecturally designed home in Brighton, Victoria.

    Maison Martin Margiela’s Groupe Collection from Format on display at designEX 2011

    Format, a Melbourne based non-mainstream furniture company, will this year bring Maison Martin Margiela’s Groupe collection, from Cerutti Baleri, to designEX.

    Ergo Saddle Ergonomic Chrome Stools with Back Support available from Germaine’s Furniture

    The Ergo Saddle ergonomic chrome stools with back support are ideal for dentists, surgeons, hairdressers or for applications where space is limited and easy mobility is required.

    New level arc for extension ladders by Indalex available from Ladders4U

    Ladders4U is pleased to announce that all its professional aluminium extension ladders are now supplied with the new level arc.

    Old World Tiles introduces the Classic Antique White Handmade Tiles

    These handmade tiles are most suited for use in classic kitchens and bathrooms that also use wood, stone, marble, copper and other natural Old World finishes.

    Supawood's premium products blended for prestige Sydney school

    All three premium architectural lining panel products from Supawood; Supacoustic, Supaline and Supaslat, were recently specified by the architects of a new building at one of Sydney’s oldest prestige

    Winning architectural design for Parramatta revealed

    A design by Tony Caro Architecture has won a competition to redevelop a key site in Sydney.

    Chance to see Victoria's newest architectural masterpieces

    This weekend offers the opportunity to join leading Victorian architects to view the projects entered in the 2011 Victorian Architecture Awards.

    Davis earns place in Tasmanian architecture history

    Tasmanian architect Karen Davis has become the first woman to head Tasmania’s peak architecture body in its 108 year history.

    New ISO standards to enable fairer construction procurement

    A new series of ISO standards has been designed to offer the international construction industry practical tools to ensure fair competition, reduce the possibility of abuse and improve predictability in procurement outcomes.

    Probuild begins massive addition to Melbourne shopping centre

    Probuild has begun construction on the $300 million redevelopment of Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne’s west this month.

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