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Project Name: QE11 Car Park Location: Perth, W.A Architect: Designinc (Perth) Application: Facade Specification: Dragon Scale Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 2.5 MB Scope The QE11 Medical Centre car park, located opposite Kings Park in Perth had strict design considerations given its prominent location. The aesthetics were a major design consideration, the […]
Project Name: Perth Arena Location: Perth, W.A Architect: ARM Architecture & Cameron Chisholm Nicol Application: Feature Wall / Security Fence Specification: Pic Perf ™ Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 1.7 MB Scope The design and construction of the Perth Arena is a striking architectural statement, and is likely to inspire redevelopment in […]
Project Name: Latrobe Uni Dining Hall Location: Bendigo, VIC Architect: Billard Leece Partnership Application: Facade / Balustrade Specification: 3mm Aluminium perforated panels 12.7mm dia holes Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 2.6 MB Scope The architectural team at Billard Leece had a vision for a clean and sophisticated metal finish product that would […]
Project Name: Agilent Technologies Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: SKM Application: Facade Specification: Expanded 125A Installed with tensioned Stainless Steel Cables Photography: Brent Robinson, Joe Berkelmans Download the PDF Click here 2.7 MB Scope SKM Architects were commissioned by Agilent Technologies to design a purpose built research and development facility, as an extension to their Head […]
Project Name: Vogel House Location: Wellington, NZ Architect: CCM Architects Developer: AMP Capital Application: Balustrade Specification: Transit F360 S/S Photography: Brent Robinson Download the PDF Click here 2.1 MB Scope A high profile building in Wellington’s parliamentary precinct, Vogel House was part of a multi million dollar redevelopment project. It was de-signed to provide a […]
Project Name: Tabcorp Park Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: What Architects Application: Façade Specification: Custom Perforated Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 2.2 MB Scope Tabcorp Park was designed as a state of the art Harness Racing complex situated just off the Western Hwy, close to Melton. The façade was designed by What Architects, […]
Project Name: Porsche, Brighton Location: Melbourne, VIC Project Builder: Exel Links Application: Façade Specification: Standard Perforation Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 1.3 MB Scope The main scope for this project was to create a façade / sunscreen to match other Porsche centres around Australia. Porsche are very protective of their brand identity […]
Project Name: KUD House Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: KUD Architects Application: Façade Specification: Pic Perf Photography: c/o KUD Architects Download the PDF Click here 452 KB Scope The designer saw this project as a platform to establish a critical dialogue within the built environment; to raise as many questions as it found solutions. KUD architects […]