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Neolith and Dekton

Domus is talking about it. you can have it. Contact us about Neolith for your next benchtop, precision waterjet cut. no more scratches, no more heat damage, no more yearly maintenance. http://www.domusweb.it/en/products/product.202636.neolith-skyline.html?wtk=cpm.newsletter.dom.products.en.2017_08_30&Idtrack=EC7D32D4FED54A82AAD9592A37F29660 and Silestone, the world’s leading manufacturer of engineered stone, has developed a revolutionary cladding and benchtop material, called Dekton. talk to us about […]

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terrazzo: seems like “domain” is agreeing with us!

domain claims that terrazzo is making a big comeback.  we couldn’t agree more.  check us out for terrazzo tiles which are much better for wet areas and lend themselves to both classical and contemporary pattern design https://www.domain.com.au/news/terrazzo-the-divisive-material-making-a-comeback-in-interior-design-20170707-gx6xi1/

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Where Art and Architecture Converge

For many architects, the most creative days of their professional journey occur during university. At this stage of their career, they’re encouraged to experiment, take chances and build upon the ideas of the greats who came before them. But once they’ve graduated, most of these professionals find that their creativity is almost immediately stifled. This […]

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Can’t Wait to Get My Hands on This – The Possibilities are So Exciting!

In this short video (it’s just 3 minutes long), renowned British designer Max Lamb discusses the twelve benches he recently made for Kvadrat, one of the leading manufacturers of design textiles in Europe. Along with Lamb’s renowned design expertise that has made him one of the most exciting young designers in the world, what’s so […]

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beautiful recycling

The amount of plastic waste produced in the modern era is staggering, yet innovators across the globe, like leading design studios bureau SLA and Overtrades W, remind us that the waste our lives produce needn’t end up in landfills where it poisons water supplies or accumulates in such great quantities that it forms floating islands […]

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Wind Is Getting Better All the Time

While Australian politicians argue over the merits of ‘clean coal’ and South Australia is subjected to yet another extensive blackout as the state’s renewable energy providers fail to meet peak demand, in other parts of the world they’re producing more clean energy than they seem to know what to do with. In Denmark, a 720-foot-tall […]

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look at this! i want you to have this for your next bathroom reno :-)

http://www.houzz.com.au/ideabooks/79431133?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u4549&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery8&newsletterId=4549

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brewery creates edible six pack rings that feed rather than kill marine life

http://returntonow.net/2016/10/05/brewery-creates-edible-six-pack-rings-that-feed-rather-than-kill-marine-life/

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english as she is (not) spoke (anymore)

this article has nothing to do with ecocabinets and things sustainable, although the point could be made that preserving proper english is an exercise in sustainability (tenuous point, i agree).  i am just posting it as i find it entertaining and interesting: http://theconversation.com/things-you-were-taught-at-school-that-are-wrong-70327

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the future is already here

here are some predictions that sound exiting. not necessarily “good” exiting, but exiting nonetheless. and according to the predicted timeframes in this article, many of us will be around to witness the upheaval. so you think the world moves fast now? just hold on to your (selfdriving) seat:   FUTURE PREDICTIONS: In 1998, Kodak had […]

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