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    News Archive for October 2020

    Valour artwork with bushfire theme just in time for November 11

    A sculpture and artwork celebrating the transformational power of valour and patriotism has been unveiled at the new RSL LifeCare Birdwood Park facility in Newcastle, just in time for Remembrance Day.


    The myth of electric cars: Why we also need to focus on buses and trains

    California recently announced that it plans to ban the sales of gas-powered vehicles by 2035, Ontario has invested $500 million in the production of electric vehicles (EVs) and Tesla is quickly becoming the world’s highest-valued car company.


    Zip HydroTap a perfect fit for a modern kitchen in a forever home

    A Zip HydroTap was one of the appliances selected for a new kitchen designed as part of a complete home renovation that aimed to transform the family’s existing property into their forever home.


    5 Best Interior Design Apps

    Looking for the perfect vintage chair? Want to envision what a new paint color would look like in your space, without getting out the rollers? Need a floor plan for your home? Whip out your smartphone.


    5 water saving tips for the upcoming summer

    Water conservation is an important issue throughout the year but it needs particular attention during summer when resources are running low.


    ATDC fully licensed to supply and install overhead doors in QLD

    The stringent statutory licensing requirements in QLD were originally introduced to promote confidence in the local construction industry.


    Andrew Burns' industrial Alexandria

    Andrew Burns Architecture designs Alex Collective in Alexandria, featuring 163 apartments with an industrial spirit.


    The Esky

    Australia is often regarded as the hottest continent on earth. So it is no surprise that refrigeration forms a large part of our design history, including the Coolgardie Safe, culminating a great Aussie invention: the motorless insulated cooler box known as the Esky.


    Recycling warehouses: 5 adaptive reuse projects

    Warehouses, whether industrial or rural, are a type of building that can easily be found all around the world.


    UFF products add contemporary flair to Dunsborough community park

    Urban Fountains and Furniture was engaged by Busselton Shire Council to develop unique items for a community park in Dunsborough, Western Australia.


    Bespoke perforated brick facade allows air, light and views at bayside Coogee home

    Architect Renato D’Ettorre worked with PGH Bricks & Pavers to create a bespoke line of perforated bricks for a new family home in Coogee.


    Keeping spaces distinct with flooring in open plan living

    Open plan living continues to be on-trend in many developments; with a few clever techniques, it is possible to create distinct spaces and zones within an open plan layout.


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