The Staron Design Awards provide a wide-reaching platform for designers across Australia and New Zealand to showcase their incorporation of Solid Surface within residential, commercial and creative environments.
As used in the carpark of a Brisbane office tower, Kaynemaile architectural mesh brings not just security but also elegance and beauty to an otherwise harsh environment.
When Joe Snell was looking to separate the working parts of the Function Well Toombul gym from its amenities, he wanted something that was more than merely functional. In Kaynemaile, he found what he was looking for.
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Kaynemaile architectural mesh pushes the boundaries of what is stylistically possible, resulting in transformative ceiling features and interior screening for any space.
Kaynemaile architectural mesh has been expertly crafted to ignite the daring design mind. Jump into this edition of the Indesign Edit to see the story behind this extraordinary product.
Backed by over 60 years of material science Kaynemaile’s architectural polycarbonate mesh is a patented, world-leading innovation to create, divide and protect buildings, inside and out.
When Austaron Surfaces was established in 2003, they had an aim to provide quality surfaces and finishes to the Australian market. Austaron’s product range is now not only supplied to designers, architects, retailers, builders but to consumers.