Founded in 1908, Austral Bricks is Australia’s largest, best-known and most efficient clay brick and paver manufacturer. The company has a well-established national presence with manufacturing and sales facilities in every state. It has long been at the forefront of product innovation and efficient, sustainable production. The introduction of robotic brick handling equipment and the ongoing pursuit of energy and resource efficiencies has enabled Austral Bricks to maintain its competitive edge.
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Neither on the beachfront nor in the thick of Brisbane City, Casuarina House by Vokes and Peters is a suburban residence with an unprecedented sense of place.
The concept of hygge is most simply described as the Danish design philosophy for creating atmospheres that cultivate comfort, contentment and wellbeing.
Designed by LAYAN and The Flaming Beacon, an illuminated façade screen transforms the interior of Light House with ever-changing light and shadows dependent on the seasons and time of day.
If what we saw at the Think Brick Awards in Melbourne last Thursday is anything to go by, brilliant things can – and do – happen when architects and building designers “think brick”.
Sitting comfortably in the local landscape – which includes one of Perth’s few remnant lakes – this contemporary house by CAPA Studio integrates planting and water features to create a harmonious living environment.
Sturdy and long-lasting, this Habitus Loves list of solid surfaces is not only visually appealing, but it is also extremely functional in any space.
The BENT Annexe addition creates a feeling of all year round holiday charm with ample natural light in this 1960s Victorian home.
Often overlooked, textures can bring fine design up to enviable levels. This Habitus Loves list can add visual weight to any interior setting.
A pragmatic but brazen approach to the reinvention of a historic Brisbane church site into a dynamic and contemporary family residence.