A survey of 3000 people by homebuilder Henley Homes found 31% say a private place to paddle is among the most desirable outdoor features. An alfresco or outside barbecue area is also on the list, with 33% saying a house needs the increasingly popular “outdoors room” for them to consider purchasing.
The recent innovation of architects and designers in their creative use of brick and tile, submitted for the 2019 Think Brick Award, has seen a resurgence of materials that have been long overlooked in the creation of contemporary builds and home renovation
Axolotl has introduced a new range of glass surfaces with unlimited permutations. The Spectrum process refers to Axolotl’s proprietary ability to custom-colour the surface of glass.
Big River Group’s MaxiWall is a cost-competitive Autoclaved Aerated Concrete product. Designed primarily for the multi-residential and detached dwelling market, an entire MaxiWall exterior can be completed in a fraction of the time compared to rendered brick or block.
Glass Brick Company recently introduced VetroPieno, a 100% solid compact glass brick that brings together the appeal of traditional bricks and the transparency and luminosity of glass. Manufactured in Florence, by the world’s leading glass brick manufacturer Seves, VetroPieno is available in four colours.
Installing a glass block window no longer means compromising on fresh air and ventilation. The Glass Brick Company can now install your glass brick window with a vent window allowing for free air flow.
Set upon tranquil acreage in Chandler, Queensland, this site afforded Shaun Lockyer Architects the luxury of creating an elongated, linear floorplan that stretches out across the east-west axis to take advantage of the north-eastern exposure.
A fresh coat of Hammerite Garage Door Paint [750ml priced at $34.75] can give your garage door a whole new lease of life and brighten the entire exterior of your home.
This renovated coastal home captures the brightness of the location while creating interest with a slowly shifting play of light created by Linea Weatherboard which is used around the full façade of the home. One of the first big decisions was choosing Linea Weatherboard from James Hardie Scyon Walls and Floors.
Comprising two pods, this unique home was conceived by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. Corian® has been used extensively in the living quarters pod.
This Corian® sofa frame blends in and complements the existing materials in the lounge space by day; but at night the entire lounge suite illuminates to create a soothing glow in the room.
Australian home renovators’ penchant for a sophisticated neutral-coloured home shows no sign of ending soon, according to the results of PGH Bricks’ Style Quiz.