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    News Archive for November 2012

    Spanish stone supplier looks to cement place in Australia

    Global supplier of natural stone and reconstituted surfaces Cosentino Group has announced its one year anniversary in Australia, touting relationships with stone masons and distributors including Galvin Hardware and Heritage Stone.


    NECA to play important role in major initiative to boost apprentice completion rates

    NECA is to play a major role in a new electrical apprenticeship pilot being trialled throughout Australia by EE-Oz Training Standards focused on improving electrical apprentice completion rates across the country.


    People behind the name at M-Elec

    M-Elec has become the preferred name in lighting throughout Australia and will be sharing insights into the people behind the name.


    Willow Tree Inn by Darryl Lock Studio, Willow Tree

    BPN Project profile: Award winning designers show us what they’re building with.


    IN PROFILE: Allen Jack+Cottier's Michael Heenan

    Michael Heenan is CEO and principal of Allen Jack+Cottier Architects.


    CSR launches high-tech research display home and new division

    Building products company CSR has unveiled a display home in Sydney which it says represents the future of energy-efficient housing design for Australia.


    Architecture rebels reveal Flinders Street Competition entries

    A number of architecture studios have posted their Flinders Street Station Design Competition entries online, side-stepping the official line to withhold displaying any of the proposed concepts until later next year.


    Melbourne's 'South American' development, design by Elenberg Fraser

    Elenberg Fraser have designed a new South America-inspired residential development, in what is said to be part of a bid to bolster Melbourne's West.


    GWA delivers environmental benefits to Mirvac residential development

    The Waters Edge residential development located in the Rhodes Waterside precinct is now complete, and is a demonstration of one of Mirvac’s many environmentally sustainable residential designs.


    Australian firm LAVA scores historic refurb in Berlin

    Australian/German architectural firm LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) is making waves in Berlin with the design of a new interior space to renovate a music hall theatre which has been buried since the Nazi regime.


    Master Builders updates Contract Management suite

    Master Builders Australia has updated the standard form Construction Management and accompanying Trade Contract.


    Dulux reveals 2013 Colour Forecast

    Vintage design, fossicking and gathering, the meeting of old and new, and the rise of new technology are among the key influences that will dominate Australian design over the next 12 months – and with it our choice of colour.


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