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    News Archive for March 2019

    Developer aims for perfection at new apartments with Logicwall

    Golden Blue Developments chose Logicwall walling from AFS Systems for their new apartment project located on Powell Street in Tweed Heads NSW.


    Kohler bathroom accessories in precious metal finishes

    Take design to a new level of luxury with the latest collection of bathroom accessories from Kohler Australia.


    Sustainable, nature-inspired hotel planned for Melbourne

    Riverlee is set to develop Australia’s first 1 Hotel, a sustainable nature-inspired hotel model that has won awards in the US.


    Brisbane firm bureau^proberts wins building award

    Brisbane architectural firm bureau^proberts has been honoured with the John Dalton Award for Building of the Year at the Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Regional Architecture Awards for their Walan design.


    Outdure deck frames and tiles provide low maintenance solution for coastal home balcony

    Outdure supplied QwickBuild deck frames and exterior tiles for the balcony of a coastal home in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Top 10 articles for March: From Australia's best toilet to a monolithic concrete family home

    Let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered by Architecture & Design this March.


    Hanging Rock Toilet Block features vandal resistant Britex fixtures

    Britex was engaged by Macedon Ranges Shire Council to supply a range of vandal resistant certified sanitary fixtures to the Hanging Rock Toilet Block.


    The Tulip could be London’s newest architectural icon

    Designed by Foster + Partners, The Tulip is on track for approval in London, with the possibility of becoming the city’s next architectural icon, according to a City of London planning report.


    Lotus CEO wins Telstra Victorian Business Woman of the Year

    Lotus CEO Liz Jones has been named Telstra Victorian Business Woman of the Year and also Victorian Medium and Large Business Winner.


    To protect fresh food supplies, here are the key steps to secure city foodbowls

    Australia’s cities are growing rapidly and their foodbowls are under threat as farmland gives way to housing.


    ExoTec facade panels bring tech school building form to life

    The Banyule Nillumbik Tech School (BNTS) located on Melbourne Polytechnic’s Greensborough Campus has been designed to create an immersive, collaborative and student-led learning environment.


    Maximise water storage in tight spaces

    A Slimline steel water tank from Kingspan helps maximise the water storage capacity of an available area, be it a tight or narrow space. They are ideal for residential or commercial use. The sleek design of each Slimline tank is made to measure to fit perfectly.


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