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Research Grant Awarded to Manufacture Multi-Storey Houses


The University of Sydney and Lendlease will work on a collaborative research project to develop prefabricated multi-storey housing solution, funded by a $3 million grant from the Australian government. The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science's Cooperative Research Centre Projects (CRC-P) has funded the five-year industry led project so the groups ...

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A Little TLC For CLT


As Australia’s leading supplier and miller of Australian hardwood recycled and reclaimed timber, Ironwood, previously known as Rozelle Recycled Building Centre, is no stranger to big projects. They’ve worked with everyone from highly regarded architects and hoteliers, to restaurateurs and DIY renovators; all of whom wanted to add ...

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After 60 years, there’s still nothing quite like it

60 Year Anniversary

Charles and Ray Eames mainly developed furniture that could be mass produced and affordable for the general public while working for the Herman Miller Furniture Company – but in 1956, they designed the Eames Lounge Chair. The chair was inspired by the traditional English club chair and is decidedly un-design looking with ...

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New Breed of Micro-Flooring

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Concrete Resurfacing Systems are proud to present Baxab, the first virtually indestructible continuous micro topping for floors and walls. Baxab is a new generation micro topping which can be applied onto almost any existing surface, providing a seamless impermeable polished concrete topping at only 2-3mm thick.  Unlike any other ...

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Aged Oak Wide Floors is an Australian company who sources premium timber from all over the world. All of their wood is graded and machined to the highest quality before being tailored specifically to a customer’s requests. The issue with a lot of solid timber flooring is its tendency ...

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Designing For Life


Melbourne Polytechnic Interior Design Students together with Eussen Living are set to showcase innovative ideas on future interior design trends. Students from the Faculty of Design at Melbourne Polytechnic will collaborate with industry partners to curate a pop up space in Prahran, Victoria, with a focus on creative thinking, innovation ...

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Beach, Beach, Let’s Go Get Away

With the temperature rising, you're probably dreaming about your last beach holiday, which I’m sure we can all agree was way too long ago. If the sunkissed beach is too far from your reality, maybe a piece of furniture can fill the void. Whether it’s a relaxed coastal ...

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Return of the B230 Contour Chair

B230 contour armchair (C1953)

Design duo Grant and Mary Featherston were key leaders in the design world during the mid to late twentieth century, earning them both an inaugural induction into the Design Institute of Australia Hall of Fame in 1996 as recognition for their contribution to the Australian design industry. Grant taught himself to ...

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Born Again

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Danish born Jeanette and Ole Sorensen met in Australia and noticed an absence of the high quality Danish design furniture they’d grown accustomed to at home, so they launched Danish Red in 2010. The pair hand-pick unique pieces in Denmark and ship them to their warehouse in Melbourne, much to ...

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Boasting superior design, technology and quality, it’s no surprise that TOTO is one of the largest suppliers of sanitary ware in the world. The simple and sophisticated layouts of its Melbourne and Sydney showrooms more than do justice to TOTO’s product ranges, with display areas arranged clearly according ...

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