Architect Louise Nettleton’s lavish and inspired use of steel has helped embody a WWII veteran’s vision to build a house as a legacy to his family
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Troppo Architects has reinvented an old Adelaide brick home using a lightweight steel solution to add an upstairs 'townhouse' clad in ZINCALUME® steel.
Welsh+Major has opened up a previously cloistered Victorian terrace with an addition that provides light and space for a growing family.
The availability of COLORBOND® steel in custom colours has seen it win specification for the redevelopment of an iconic Australian sporting facility.
The University of Canberra’s new Sporting Commons perfectly embodies its vision of a campus that is ‘exciting, stimulating and has a distinctive character’.
The Queensland Government’s $475 million Darra to Springfield Transport Corridor Stage 2 Richlands to Springfield Project is being delivered as an integrated road and rail project to provide key public transport infrastructure to support the expected population growth in the western corri
A striking new building complex on the outskirts of Chinchilla, 290 kilometres north west of Brisbane, owes much of its eye-catching appearance to its custom coloured LYSAGHT® CUSTOM ORB® cladding.
Built in the 1930s, the Old Bus Depot in Kingston, ACT is a cultural landmark that has withstood the test of time.
Maroochydore roofing specialist Regan Projex (RPX) put the LYSAGHT LOK-KLIP® solution to the test recently on the Brightwater Market Place shopping centre site at Stockland’s newest Sunshine Coast development.