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Sustainable Design Principles Event (SDPE) is an annual event aimed at engaging and educating the design and construction industry on sustainable design principles and products. This years event topic is: Use & Application of Sustainable Materials to Commercial & Residential Projects and will be held on the 11th September 2014.

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When I was young, my parents had a green grocer shop

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When I was young, my parents had a green grocer in Ilford, London.  That’s a fruit shop in Australian. My sister, brother and I would spend before and after school in the shop, playing, picking fruit and veg and eating our fill, or at least until we were told to stop. I remember my dad [...]

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Haworth, Organic, Shanghai – What Do They Have In Common? Wellness

Haworth’s newly opened Organic Showroom in Shanghai has ‘some of the cleanest air in Shanghai’. One of the first WELL-certified facilities to be built in Asia Pacific, the new showroom was created as a pilot project for the Well Building Standard, a performance-focused system grounded in medical research that measures, certifies and monitors built environments to promote health and wellness. [...]

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Painting Can Be Sustainable As Well – Just Ask Wattyl

Wattyl® – Trusted by Australians since 1915 Wattyl is an established, iconic brand that has been proudly providing professional Australian paint and coating solutions for over 100 years. Its extensive range covers preparatory products, top-coats, sealers, stains, oils and varnishes; offering both interior and exterior coating solutions for: Exterior Facades Roofing Decking Paving and Concrete [...]

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Sanctuary Magazine – Australia’s Premier Magazine Dedicated to Sustainable House Design

Sanctuary is Australia’s premier magazine dedicated to sustainable house design. Each quarter, Sanctuary: Features lavish, full-colour spreads, including floor plans, on sustainable new homes and renovations Profiles the work of Australia’s leading environmental architects and designers Provides a wealth of ideas and practical advice on how to make your home more sustainable, no matter what your [...]

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New Age Veneers – An Australian Company With Big Sustainable Ideas

New Age Veneers (NAV) is an Australian owned and operated company specialising in the supply of timber veneers and premium decorative surfaces for residential and commercial interiors. NAVURBAN is a decorative MDF panel that re-creates the design and texture of wood in a high performance olefin surface. This olefin surface also provides long-term performance for [...]

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Take Sustainability Into Your Bathroom With Geberit

Geberit is a leading brand in concealed cistern technology and drainage solutions, selling products in over 100 countries around the world. Since its establishment in 1874 the Geberit brand is internationally recognised for innovation, durability and sustainability.Swiss engineering skills are legendary and Geberit is a good example of these. Precision, know-how and sheer joy in [...]

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Brickworks Committed To Being Australia’s Most Sustainable Building Products Company

Part of the Brickworks Limited Group, Brickworks Building Products is one of Australia’s largest and most diverse building material manufacturers. Under the Brickworks Building Products umbrella are some of Australia’s best known building materials brands. Their products include bricks, pavers, masonry blocks retaining wall systems, precast concrete panels, concrete and terracotta roof tiles, timber products [...]

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Sustainable Alternatives to Interior and Exterior Linings

s there a sustainable replacement for wall, ceiling and floor linings?  YES! UBIQ produce an eco friendly product you can line the interior and the exterior of your home with. UBIQ is the provider of lightweight sheets for the construction industry. Low in carbon and high performing made from Low Carbon Fibre Reinforced Engineered Cementitious Composite [...]

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Living Tiles Bridging The Sustainability Gap

Laminam is a revolutionary porcelain slab  only 3.5mm thick and 1000mmx3000mm in size.  It comes in a myriad of colours and designs and is suitable for interior and exterior use on walls, floors, and in the 5mm and 7mm version, even as a benchtop.   What makes this product more amazing, is it’s fully recyclable, [...]

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THE SUSTAINABLE SIDE TO SO WATT

A design doesn’t need to look recycled or be made from reconstituted fibre to have an environmentally sympathetic edge. So Watt studio and Principal Designer, Jonathan Biets proves this to be the case, addressing sustainable design, in unconventional, subtle ways. A graduate from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Industrial Design, [...]

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