April 23rd, 2009
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Marylou Cafaro’s first trendjournal sparked a powerful, decades-long movement in joinery designs and finishes which eventually saw Australian design develop its independence and characteristic style. Now, polytec offers all-new insights into the future of Australian design.
The Sub-Zero Wolf showrooms in Sydney and Melbourne provide a creative experience unlike any other. Now showcasing all-new product ranges, the showrooms present a unique perspective on the future of kitchens, homes and lifestyles.
Channelling the enchanting ambience of the Caffè Greco in Rome, Budapest’s historic Gerbeaud, and Grossi Florentino in Melbourne, Ross Didier’s new collection evokes the designer’s affinity for café experience, while delivering refined seating for contemporary hospitality interiors.
The “Redbook green TM butterfly effect” encapsulates the notion that even the simplest eco-conscious decisions made now, may make the world of difference for the future.
Game theory informs Susquehanna’s analytical approach to trading, and the company’s smart new Sydney workplace by Gensler takes its culture to new heights.
Fresh new chair design, designed for intensive use applications. Recently installed at Rosehill racecourse trackside. Delivery time: 8-10 weeks Applications: Commercial and residential Variations: Frames – Stainless Steel – Chrome – painted Finish: Seat – Natural or stained Beech, Bleached or stained oak, translucent white, orange or Bi colour Methacrylate Manufacturer: MetalMobil, www.metalmobil.com
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The team at TURNER has amplified learning outcomes for students and teachers at Santa Sophia Catholic College in Box Hill, Sydney, adding to the work of BVN.
195 Pier Street is a build-to-rent (BTR) housing project in Perth and Hassell’s design just received some approving words from Anthony Albanese, no less!
The reimagining of All Saints Estate by Technē includes new architecture and sensitive interiors for a multifaceted hospitality offering at the regional winery.