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    News Archive for May 2019

    Archiflix and Brickworks announce short film festival

    Archiflix and Brickworks have come together to present three outstanding short films about design.


    Bill passed to restore Notre Dame as it was

    The French Senate has passed a bill requiring the Notre Dame Cathedral to be rebuilt as it stood before the fire that destroyed its roof and spire.


    Stunning Ever Art Wood facade lends opulence to Melbourne apartments

    Ever Art Wood batten cladding from Covet International was used to create a striking facade on the Kings Domain apartments in Melbourne.


    Custom PVC gutters at building sites minimising water aggregation

    Builders and plumbers at multi-storeyed developments are often confronted with the problem of water aggregation at the site.


    Wattyl meets coatings performance requirements at Charles Perkins Centre

    Wattyl was the preferred coatings supplier for the Charles Perkins Centre at the University Of Sydney.


    Buchan-designed shopping centre to celebrate Port Macquarie

    A new shopping centre in Port Macquarie aims to deliver an immersive shopping experience for today’s discerning customers by providing shopping opportunities, variety and entertainment in an accessible, aesthetically pleasing and environmentally-conscious package.


    Award-winning international design partnership goes global

    Three award-winning design studios from across the world have come together to offer the benefit of their combined expertise to international design projects.


    Outdoor staff breakout area at Genesis Energy HQ features Outdure decking system

    Outdure deck frames and decking were installed at the Genesis Energy headquarters in Auckland, New Zealand to create a recreational space for the staff.


    Outdoor artificial green wall at Liverpool Hospital

    Evergreen Walls installed an artificial green wall in an outdoor area at Liverpool Hospital, New South Wales.


    Prefabricated wall framing replaces timber at Seaford Park school building

    Prefabricated steel framing from SBS Group was specified for the construction of a permanent building during the upgrade of Seaford Park Primary School in Seaford, Victoria.


    World’s smallest McDonald’s designed for bees

    McDonald’s has revealed its ‘smallest ever’ store – designed to house bees.


    Eiffel Tower surrounds to receive a redesign

    British landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman will redesign the lands surrounding the Eiffel Tower ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.


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