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AWS - Narrabundah Project by Adam Dettrick Architects

AWS – Narrabundah Project by Adam Dettrick Architects

Adam Dettrick Architects were chosen to design this architecturally-inspired residential home in a small suburb of the ACT called Narrabundah. The brief was to create an open plan living space for the home, whilst maintaining privacy in the bedroom and bathrooms. The clients required a home that accommodated for entertaining as well as being able […]

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Are Your Projects Up to Code?

Are Your Projects Up to Code?

The Criterion Definium Aluminium Partitioning System provides a bold, flexible and defined internal wall solution that complies with Australian Standards. A fully-integrated partitioning system that complies with glazing and disabled requirements, the Definium Suite combines consistent design throughout plasterboard walls, windows and door frames. The Definium Suite has provided extraordinary acoustic possibilities for many projects […]

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White Paper: Photo Reality Capture for Preliminary Infrastructure Design

White Paper: Photo Reality Capture for Preliminary Infrastructure Design

The principles and theory of creating 3D geometry from 2D photos is well established, and modern cloud computing makes the process realistic in terms of time and resources required to achieve a working model. This leads to critical discussion on the practical application of this technology into existing workflows for professional design. In this white […]

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AWS – Evaluating performance for acoustic privacy

AWS – Evaluating performance for acoustic privacy

Acoustic privacy in many properties has become a major concern in recent times. Local governments have introduced regulations to address the problem. In some instances local municipalities have their own regulations or guidelines regarding noise abatement. Many projects are now required to meet strict acoustic specifications to reduce the impact of traffic, aircraft noise, and […]

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Design Content Newsletter – September 2014

Design Content Newsletter – September 2014

Read the latest Design Content news; new Manufacturers and Products to our library, upcoming events, and the latest industry information. View the newsletter

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Peninsula Link Trail enjoys bridge safety for cyclists by selecting Moddex ingenuity

Peninsula Link Trail enjoys bridge safety for cyclists by selecting Moddex ingenuity

In June last year, locals jumped on their bikes as the Peninsula Link Trail was officially opened. Considered the largest piece of “health and fun infrastructure” in the south east of Metropolitan Melbourne, riders and walkers now enjoy the 25 kilometre shared path built as part of the Peninsula Link freeway project from Carrum Downs […]

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AWS - Elevate windows and doors used in spectacular Gerringong House

AWS – Elevate windows and doors used in spectacular Gerringong House

This spectacular, architecturally designed project is located on the south coast of New South Wales. Designed as a pair of modern beach houses, these homes occupy a greenfield site overlooking the picturesque Gerringong Beach. The Elevate™ Aluminium Systems range has been used in this project to allow for a seamless transaction between the indoor and […]

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Design Content Newsletter - August 2014

Design Content Newsletter – August 2014

Read the latest Design Content news; latest Design Platform Magazine, new Manufacturers and Products to our library, upcoming events, and the latest industry information. View the newsletter

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Moddex balustrading systems used for one of Australia’s largest pedestrian bridges

Moddex balustrading systems used for one of Australia’s largest pedestrian bridges

Moddex worked with Cairns Connect JV to design, manufacture and supply their proprietary balustrading systems with disability access for one of Australia’s largest pedestrian bridges. Located along the Bruce Highway in Cairns, Queensland, the bridge spans over six highway lanes and one railway line. Read the full news release.

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Understanding BCA Restricted Opening Requirements

Understanding BCA Restricted Opening Requirements

The Building Code of Australia (BCA) was recently updated to establish regulations for the installation of windows with restricted openings in buildings where there is a risk of injury or death from accidental falls. AWS have produced a video to explain the requirements set out by the BCA, as well as the testing process. Watch […]

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