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    News Archive for June 2017

    ZEGO part of sustainable mix at apartment project with Six Star Green Star goal

    The Prince’s Terrace is a residential apartment building being constructed in Adelaide as part of a unique collaboration between The Prince's Charities Australia, Renewal SA and Defence Housing Australia (DHA).

    First bank branch to go green in Australia with a Six Star Green Star rating

    St. George Bank in Barangaroo has achieved the unique honour of being the very first bank branch (and the first retail fit-out) in Australia to earn a Six Star Green Star rating.

    COLORBOND steel gives QLD school a bold presence in the neighbourhood

    COLORBOND steel from BlueScope Steel was liberally used during the construction of a new triple-storey building at the Kirwan State High School in Townsville.

    Stunning LED tubes illuminate Event Cinemas eating area

    Aglo Systems provided customised LED luminaires for a cinema lighting application at the Event Cinemas in Northlakes VIC.

    Select Fencing owner on what it means to be a Modular Walls Trade Partner

    Fencing company Select Fencing specialises in the installation of residential and rural fencing all over the Sydney area.

    Architecture & Design’s top 10 articles for June: from unconventional sustainable homes to the Grenfell Tower fire

    As we reach the halfway mark of 2017, we take a look at the top 10 stories covered in June.

    Horizontal elevators soon to become a reality

    German engineering company thyssenkrupp has redesigned the traditional lift by inventing a horizontal elevator that dispenses with the old no steel ropes and replaces them with electric motors

    Harry Seidler’s Sydney home open to public for mid-century architecture show

    Well-known Australian broadcaster and comedian, Tim Ross, will hold the next instalment of Man About the House at one of Harry Seidler’s iconic homes in Sydney this August.

    Rib Clad

    Rib Clad, in Western Red Cedar, is a modern and classy alternative to corrugated iron that balances the boldness of defined ridges with smooth, continuous curves and the natural beauty of timber.

    2016 Pritzker laureate Alejandro Aravena is coming to Sydney

    Chilean architect and 2016 Pritzker laureate Alejandro Aravena will be travelling to Sydney to host a presentation in July.

    Revolutionary process allows aluminium architectural panels to destroy surrounding city smog

    Smog-eating skyscrapers. These are the buildings of our not-too-distant future, according to Arconic. And it all boils down to one proprietary, patent-pending process.

    ShapeShell Monocoque sections added to roof at the SCG in award-winning installation

    ShapeShell Monocoque, an advanced composite material was used to create the perimeter section of the roof at the Bradman & Noble Stand at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

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