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    New UniSA learning centre maintains connections with other major buildings in Adelaide's west end

    The University of South Australia's new $80 million building is designed by John Wardle and Phillips/Pilkington to embrace the streetscape.


    Wolveridge Architects trail a path of recycled bricks through Melbourne house extension

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    Timber flooring for bathrooms—an unconventionally sound option

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    Celebrating ARBS 2014 with free shipping for FyreWrap Australia wide

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