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    News Archive for June 2012

    RIBA Award winners; Top 250 architecture firms; Hotel of the Year announced

    Catch up on what's been happening in the wider world of architecture and design ...

    Australian Living lists Top 50 Sustainable Building Leaders

    The top 50 Sustainable Building Leaders have been announced out of a total of 90 nominations.

    2012 Australian Urban Design Awards winners announced

    ASPECT Studios, FJMT, ARUP, Hyder Consulting and Lend Lease have received the Australia Award for Urban Design in the Delivered Outcome-Large Scale category for the transformation of the Darling Quarter.

    Steel Design Awards program announce NSW-ACT winners

    The Steel Institute has announced the winners of the NSW-ACT round of the Steel Design Awards program.

    Celmec International installs outdoor heaters in pubs, clubs

    Heatray outdoor heaters from Celmec International have been installed in the outdoor gaming areas of pubs and clubs throughout the country.

    Fantech’s Engineers Training Program goes global

    Fantech has introduced its Engineers Fan Training Program into South East Asia.

    Dalsouple DalFusion lightly speckled rubber floor tiles

    Dalsouple’s latest range of rubber floor tiles is inspired by the image of crashing waves and the majestic sandy Australian coastline.

    Samsung's Staron Design Awards winners announced

    Winners from the Staron Design Awards have been announced with Woods Bagot taking out the Commercial Category, Richard Cardy from Richard Cardy Design won the Residential Design Category and Amy Quinn from Amy Q Design won the Concept Category.

    LEGO 'Build' helps Australians mark their territory

    Lego bricks in conjunction with Google Chrome has launched 'Build' which allows Australians to choose a location on Google maps and build their own fantasy LEGO construction.

    AECOM designs Darwin a new 'sustainable village' to house oil and gas project workers

    Darwin is set to gain an AECOM designed sustainable village which will provide accommodation to workers from global oil and gas company INPEX who will be working on a $34 billion Ichthys LNG Project.

    Gray Puksand Architects light up an old publishing house with Baresque’s Illume Lightblocks

    Architects, Gray Puksand, were commissioned to bring light and space back into the Herald and Weekly Times (HWT) building using Baresque Illume Lightblocks.

    Kennards introduces remote-controlled vibratory plate compactors

    Kennards Hire has introduced a range of remote-controlled vibratory plate compactors in a few locations.

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