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Inspiring designs featuring COLORBOND®, ZINCALUME®, GALVASPAN®, DECKFORM® and TRUECORE® steel.

COLORBOND® Metallic steel plays starring role

COLORBOND® Metallic steel plays starring role

BlueScope Resource

The COLORBOND® Metallic steel colour Aries™ – a rich, deep red with a touch of theatrical brilliance – plays a starring role in this new performing arts venue.

Inspiration designs that utilise TRUE OAK 'DEEP' 21mm

Inspiration designs that utilise TRUE OAK 'DEEP' 21mm

Revolution Media Release

Inspiration designs that utilise TRUE OAK ‘DEEP’ 21mm.

High strength and looks

High strength and looks

Revolution Media Release

True Oak Superior Corrugated ‘Deep’ 21mm profile was used on Strathalbyn High School’s new building, the Trevor Fletcher Performing Arts Centre.

Simply Stunning

Simply Stunning

Revolution Media Release

Revolution Roofing Maxline 340 features in this architecturally designed building located at Kuitpo South Australia.

Aria Apartments Interlocking Adelaide's buzzing west end

Aria Apartments Interlocking Adelaide's buzzing west end

Fielders Media Release

The Aria Apartment complex in Adelaide’s thriving west end is just the latest project to feature Fielders Interlocking Panel from the company’s Finesse wall-cladding range.

Resthaven HQ features Maxline 340

Resthaven HQ features Maxline 340

Revolution Media Release

Maxline 340 is showcased in the new Resthaven HQ.

Neptune Office Block shines with Maxline 340

Neptune Office Block shines with Maxline 340

Revolution Media Release

Neptune Office Block shines with Maxline 340 made from COLORBOND® steel in the colour Windspray®.

Marden Senior College features Maxline 340

Marden Senior College features Maxline 340

Revolution Media Release

Maxline 340 gives architects a choice from traditional corrugated.

Maxline 340 'A very cool roof'

Maxline 340 'A very cool roof'

Revolution Media Release

Revolution Roofing Maxline 340 was utilised on the oval shaped buildings located between the Adelaide Airpot terminal and the new multi-storey carpark.

Clean lines, a very modern look

Clean lines, a very modern look

Revolution Media Release

Revolution Roofing Maxline 340 was utilised on the Carine High School located in Western Australia. The results were stunning!

Back to the future - ACCENT® 35

Back to the future - ACCENT® 35

LYSAGHT® Media Release

Built in the 1930s, the Old Bus Depot in Kingston, ACT is a cultural landmark that has withstood the test of time. Now thanks to Australian-made LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB ACCENT® 35 corrugated steel roofing, this heritage listed icon overlooking Lake Burley Griffin has been given a new lease of life.

KingFlor to be supplied to 'game–changer' Meriton development

KingFlor to be supplied to 'game–changer' Meriton development

Fielders Media Release

Following the supply of KingFlor composite steel formwork to a series of hotel and apartment developments around Australia in 2014, Fielders has been contracted to supply the decking at the luxury Meriton apartment tower in North Sydney.

V by Crown takes to the sky – Fielders Media Release

V by Crown takes to the sky – Fielders Media Release

Fielders Media Release

Adding to the portfolio of notable projects to utilise the KingFlor composite steel formwork profile, Fielders has been contracted by Crown International and Allen Jack & Cottier Architects to supply the material at the V by Crown apartment complex in Parramatta, NSW.

LONGLINE 305® shows style is one of its greatest strengths

LONGLINE 305® shows style is one of its greatest strengths

LYSAGHT® Media Release

The University of Canberra’s new Sporting Commons perfectly embodies its vision of a campus that is ’exciting, stimulating and has a distinctive character’. Designed by Cox Architecture, the building makes a bold statement which is dramatically underlined inside and out by the clean, strong lines of LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® steel cladding.

Kennels are best of breed

Kennels are best of breed

LYSAGHT® Media Release

Melbourne roofing specialists Barden Steeldeck Industries have found that having a reputation in “the dog house” isn’t a bad thing. The company is mainly known for its commercial and industrial project work, but a recent project for RSPCA Victoria has provided it with “residential” experience.

Green

Green "first" for Melbourne Convention Centre project

LYSAGHT® Media Release

Victorian commercial roofing specialists Aldeck Roofing have continued a lengthy association with Melbourne landmarks by installing the roof for the new Melbourne Convention Centre.

Bush retreat overcomes many challenges

Bush retreat overcomes many challenges

LYSAGHT® Media Release

Designing a bush retreat for an isolated site on the NSW Far South Coast created challenges at every turn for architect Michael Marshman.

McWilliam family

McWilliam family "plants" steel again

LYSAGHT® Media Release

When winemaker John McWilliam arrived at Hanwood in the Riverina region in 1913 he commented that a six-inch nail planted in the soil and watered for a year would grow into a crowbar. Almost a century later, another generation of McWilliams has watched steel rise from the ground as the family reaps the benefit of their ancestor’s foresight.

New look for rural health facility

New look for rural health facility

LYSAGHT® Media Release

The health service development was designed by Baade Harbour Australia Pty Ltd, a leading Melbourne and Geelong architectural firm which specialises in rural health and education projects and which worked closely with Victoria’s Department of Human Services and Rural Northwest Health to achieve the project outcomes.

Home among the gum trees

Home among the gum trees

LYSAGHT® Media Release

When a NSW South Coast couple found the large block of land that suited their needs for a family home in the hills below the Illawarra Escarpment, it was all about the views.

Long fascination with steel cladding

Long fascination with steel cladding

LYSAGHT® Media Release

Queensland architect Eddie Codd’s fascination with steel cladding began during his earliest days in the profession and 45 years later shows no signs of diminishing. In fact he’s just about to build a new home for himself in the the hinterland that will utilise the design flexibility of the products which he enthusiastically admires.

Steeling a Weekend Away

Steeling a Weekend Away

LYSAGHT® Media Release

When owning a property in inner-city Melbourne seemed out of reach for three long-term friends, they came up with an alternative plan which would give them the lifestyle they wanted at a fraction of the cost. After pooling their resources the friends bought a small block in coastal Walkerville, a quiet, rural holiday spot in South Gippsland, with a view to building an inexpensive kit home.

Sunshine Coast Luxury Home Dazzles

Sunshine Coast Luxury Home Dazzles

LYSAGHT® Media Release

When it comes to designing a house built for luxury and sophistication, Tunba House just off of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is the epitome of flexible and beautiful design teamed with practical living.

Lavarack Barracks Gym Building Roof Stretches The Limits

Lavarack Barracks Gym Building Roof Stretches The Limits

LYSAGHT® Media Release

The supply and installation of 43.9 metre lengths of LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HIGH STRENGTH® steel roofing for the Gymnasium Building (Stage 4 Redevelopment) at Lavarack Army Base in Townsville was accomplished in May this year with the precision of a military operation.

A Modern Spin on Family Living

A Modern Spin on Family Living

LYSAGHT® Media Release

The Wallich House puts a modern spin on the typical coastal beach house. Located in Newport, this family home embraces the tranquillity of the Northern Beaches, leaving behind any trace of the hustle and bustle of inner city living.

Steel waves add holiday feel to commercial development

Steel waves add holiday feel to commercial development

Stramit Media Release

The dramatic steel canopy pictured here would be at home at an upmarket hotel or resort. In fact, it is the rooftop carpark of an industrial-commercial complex at Norwest Business Park in suburban Sydney.

Cladding innovation driven by mining boom

Cladding innovation driven by mining boom

Stramit Media Release

The latest development from Stramit Building Products demonstrates that innovation means not just new products but the ability to modify existing products quickly in response to market demands.

We helped St. Anthony’s Church remain faithful

We helped St. Anthony’s Church remain faithful

Revolution Media Release

Originally the corrugated skillion roof was topped with 6" deep profile asbestos. The brief for the project was to remove and roof the current building without compromising the unique design and vision of the original architect of the building Kevin Curtin, Principal of Kevin J Curtin & Partners.

Warehouse cashes in on fast roofing solution

Warehouse cashes in on fast roofing solution

Stramit Media Release

One of the first major projects to specify the Stramit FarLap® roof lap system was a huge Metcash distribution centre in western Sydney comprising two buildings with a total roof area of 100,000 square metres.

Community centre combines environ sensitivity and economy

Community centre combines environ sensitivity and economy

Stramit Media Release

A new community centre built on a sensitive coastal site south of Sydney has been recognised for its unique design and low environmental footprint. Prince Henry Community Centre at Little Bay won an Excellence in Construction Award for Environmental Management from the NSW Master Builders Association in the 2009 Awards.

Dynamic design makes the most of economical materials

Dynamic design makes the most of economical materials

Stramit Media Release

Hafele’s new Queensland headquarters demonstrates that a functional warehouse-office building can make a bold design statement without straying from its utilitarian purpose.

Aerodynamic kit homes boost bushfire protection

Aerodynamic kit homes boost bushfire protection

Stramit Media Release

The unique kit houses produced by RAL Homes in Victoria are designed for energy efficiency and ease of construction, but their aerodynamic shape has also proven to be advantageous in bushfire situations.

Bold design turns regional theatre into architectural icon

Bold design turns regional theatre into architectural icon

Stramit Media Release

The $8 million Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre has created a new architectural icon for north-east Victoria with its monumental design and striking use of Stramit® Premium Products.

Metallic Monopanel® cladding enhances architect designed homes

Metallic Monopanel® cladding enhances architect designed homes

Stramit Media Release

Stramit Monopanel® cladding manufactured from COLORBOND® Metallic steel is proving popular with Melbourne architects as a way of adding a unique yet economical finish to residential projects.

Mausoleum transformed into inspirational public space

Mausoleum transformed into inspirational public space

Stramit Media Release

A Melbourne mausoleum has set a new standard for funerary architecture with an innovative design approach combining new and traditional materials to create an inspiring yet tranquil public space.

Dream home makes the most of beachfront location

Dream home makes the most of beachfront location

Stramit Media Release

You have just bought six acres of land, right on the beach, close to Brisbane. You are thinking of building your dream home there. And because you run a very successful business, you are thinking big. Think three levels, four bedrooms, five bathrooms, three spa baths, huge lounge/dining area, spacious kitchen/bar, home theatre, gym, offices (two offices – one for the kids) plus two double garages and a couple of single garages.

HIA Award winner sets new regional standard

HIA Award winner sets new regional standard

Stramit Media Release

A steel-clad house at Port Macquarie was awarded Most Innovative Use of Steel by the NSW division of the HIA at its 2006 Housing Awards. The judges were impressed by the use of proven ideas to create an alternative housing solution that was appropriate to its environment. The Judges’ Citation described the house’s modern design as “back to the future” because of its traditional inspiration.

Headquarters for SAAB Systems at Mawson Lakes

Headquarters for SAAB Systems at Mawson Lakes

Fielders Media Release

Mawson Lakes - Technology Park is the location for the new Australian headquarters for SAAB Systems, a leading defence industry contractor for Systems Integrations and Operational Software Development. SAAB Systems' vision for openness called for glazed glass to be extensively applied both on the building exterior and interior, creating a perceived transparency that facilitates an open working culture and welcomes members of the public.