Troppo Architects has reinvented an old Adelaide brick home using a lightweight steel solution to add an upstairs 'townhouse' clad in ZINCALUME® steel.
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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.
Situated on McCauley’s Beach, one hour south of Sydney, this stunning beach home has undergone a multimillion dollar transformation.