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    News Archive for April 2014

    Genetec partners with Salto to deliver open approach to access control

    Genetec has announced a strategic partnership with wireless locking solutions specialist Salto to unify IP access control with wireless locking technology.

    Master Builders Australia urges industry entities to comply with new enterprise agreement code

    Enterprise agreements must comply with new government standards says the MBA

    Australian designers earn less than national average salary: DIA’s latest survey reveals troubling trends

    The Design Institute of Australia's latest Fees & Salary Survey show that fees have stalled, incomes have shrunk, but the supply of designers have risen.

    Sustainability to go indoors at Sustainable Interior Design Forums by GBCA and DIA

    Emerging sustainable practices for interiors projects will be the focus at the Sustainable Interior Design Forums to be held in Australian capital cities.

    Australia’s eTool helps UK development reduce 60% of its greenhouse gas emissions

    Life cycle software consultancy eTool's LCA of UK high-rise shows embodied carbon comprises a larger part of its total lifecycle emissions.

    Platonian bodies tessellated to form unique living spaces in Peru skyscraper proposal

    German studio Tammo Prinz has designed a residential tower made from modular cubes and dodecahedrons as part of a competition entry for the redevelopment of a site in Lima, Peru.

    Laminex joinery in bold colours challenge traditional concept of a silent library

    Laminex's Neon, Sublime Teak and Charcoal work together to spice up the internal spaces of an old library in Bendigo.

    Small NEMA 12 Cabinet Coolers resist heat and dirt, keep enclosures cool

    EXAIR's new small NEMA 12 Cabinet Cooler systems provide a low cost, easy to install, maintenance-free solution to keep enclosures cool.

    Echo Barrier helps revive Aussie live music scene and also keeps the peace

    Noise reductive systems from Echo Barrier can play a key role in reviving Australia’s live music scene, while keeping the peace in the neighbourhood.

    Innovative colour scheme from Dulux brings curved wall to life

    MAKE Architecture's creative use of paint contributes to a sustainable space with industrial styling.

    Smeg’s double ovens: when two are better than one

    Smeg Australia presents the DOSPA38X, one of the most versatile and feature-rich double ovens on the market.

    FLIR thermal cameras used for exterior wall inspections in Japan

    High precision thermal cameras from FLIR Systems are being used to carry out mandatory exterior wall inspections in Japan.

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