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    Design for small spaces: Maximising living space with careful door design

    Australians are turning to medium to high-density apartments and homes where the amount of available living space is shrinking. Designers and specifiers face the challenge of delivering maximum functionality in homes where space comes at a premium including specifying door systems that have minimal impact on available living space when operated. Download this whitepaper and learn how careful specification of door systems can deliver maximum functionality and comfort for small-space living.

    Achieving cost efficiency through careful, considered specification

    In the face of ongoing growth within the Australian construction industry, demand for durable, flexible, and cost effective construction materials and systems is on the rise. To learn how careful specification of materials and finishes can meet these demands and deliver cost effectiveness at all stages of a project's lifespan, download this infographic.

    Woven Image strikes perfect balance between sustainability and style

    As consumption of single use plastic products continues to rise, solutions that make efficient use of post-consumer waste are in high demand. Woven Image, an Australian textile and interior finishes company, are leading the charge in this regard by incorporating single-use plastic bottles into stylish, high performance acoustic panels. To learn more about Woven Image and their sponsorship of the 2018 Sustainability Awards, download this free whitepaper.

    Balancing style & functionality: Key considerations for specifying commercial bathrooms

    Health and hygiene are key considerations in any project, but are particularly critical in high traffic, commercial bathroom environments. To learn best practice for balancing these concerns with aesthetics and functionality, download this free whitepaper.

    Shaping the offices and workplaces of tomorrow with HP

    The first signs of tomorrow’s workplaces are already appearing in today’s offices as workers embrace innovative technologies and methods of work. To learn how 2018 Sustainability Awards Sponsor HP is paving the path toward the next generation of technology-driven, sustainably-minded workforces, download this free eBook.

    Elton Group takes a multi-layered approach to sustainability

    For more than 70 years, Elton Group has been a leading light in the Australian forest products industry. Combining a strong sustainability focus with the latest manufacturing technologies, the company is setting new standards in veneer and plywood production. To learn more about Elton Group’s sustainability efforts and their 2018 sponsorship of the Sustainability Awards, download this eBook.

    Arcpanel’s slow and steady approach to sustainability pays off

    Ritek, now owned by Australian cleantech company ARCPANEL, the brand continues to extend this legacy and champion thoughtful, highly considered sustainable design; this year, it was a proud sponsor of the 2018 Sustainability Awards. To learn more about ARCPANEL’s ongoing sustainability efforts and how they are changing the industry for the better, download this free eBook.

    Innowood reinforces position at forefront of sustainable timber industry

    In the face of skyrocketing global tree destruction and concern regarding the sustainability of the timber industry, one Australian company has emerged as a front-runner in environmentally conscious manufacturing and product supply. To learn more about Innowood and their sponsorship of the 2018 Sustainability Awards, download this free eBook.

    Balancing health and heritage: The safe method in heritage surface restoration and conservation

    The heritage property market is booming, and adaptive reuse projects are gaining popularity across Australia. In spite of this, outdated surface restoration methods remain prevalent. Practitioners need to be aware of efficient surface restoration methods that maximise the core benefits of heritage restoration. Download this whitepaper and be aware of the risks associated with mainstream surface restoration techniques, and the alternative method that will help you avoid them.

    Sustainability Awards 2018 Sponsor Stormtech leads by example when it comes to sustainability

    For nearly 30 years, Stormtech has led the Australian market in innovative, compliant drainage solutions. Over the same period, they have also been critical in advancing another important cause: sustainability. This year, Stormtech returned as a sponsor of the Sustainability Awards and reaffirmed their position as a role model in sustainable design. To learn more about Stormtech’s environmental efforts, download this e-book.

    Let the breeze in: Achieving efficient, climate-sensitive design with Ventus louvres

    In Australia, homeowners are feeling the heat. With temperatures rising and heat waves becoming increasingly common, climate-sensitive designs and solutions are needed more than ever to maintain comfortable, healthy indoor living environments. Download this whitepaper to see how window louvre systems can deliver versatility and energy efficiency within a climate sensitive design.

    More than surface level improvement: New design possibilities with powder coated plywood

    With the Australian construction industry set to continue on its trend of strong growth, product development has kicked into high gear. The application of powder coating technology on timber, instead of traditional steel, has opened new doors for designers, specifiers and builders alike. This white paper explores the importance of finishing timber products and identifies why powder coating is an exciting new option.

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