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For more information on awards supporter opportunities contact Nicole Greenwell on telephone +61 3 8699 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cult is the purveyor of the best in international design with a portfolio of over 35 brands across furniture, lighting, accessories, storage and kitchen – predominantly from Denmark and Italy. Established in 1997 as a showroom destination, Cult has evolved and diversified into a design house that spans more broadly across product development, manufacturing and retailing of Australian design; together with the education and advocacy for authentic design, both local and international.
Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects. With passion, expert understanding and close to 30 years experience, Artedomus focuses on seeking out and sourcing unique, textural products that have a natural intrinsic beauty. Artedomus provides access to an extensive collection of superb surfaces for interior and exterior: exclusive marble and stone from around the world as well as an industry leading range of Italian made Maximum Pressed Porcelain Panels. Artedomus is also the exclusive supplier of the innovative INAX range of tiles and architectural ceramics from Japan, the iconic Agape Italy bathware range and more recently the Mangiarotti designed Agapecasa furniture range.
Explore the uniquely textured world of Artedomus at showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane, or visit www.artedomus.com.
Think Brick Australia represents Australia’s clay brick and paver manufacturers. We aim to inspire contemporary brick architecture and building design in all areas of the built environment: commercial, residential and landscape.
The Think Brick Awards are Australia’s richest design awards, celebrating design excellence in architecture.
This year marks the 11th year of the Awards, which celebrate the use of clay bricks, concrete masonry and roof tiles in Australian architecture.
As Australia’s richest design awards, we're seeing an increasing number of entries each year, as more architects find inspiration in these quintessential building materials.
We believe the versatility and creativity with which clay bricks, concrete masonry and roof tiles are being used needs to be given a visible platform. We seek to do that by championing the innovative architects who are finding exciting and sustainable ways to use these materials.
We look forward to receiving YOUR entry and showcasing your work at the annual Think Brick Awards Dinner on 10th August 2017 at Crown Casino in Melbourne.
Visit www.thinkbrick.com.au to enter Australia’s Richest Design Awards. Entries close on 28 April 2017.
Millions of people all over the world have Scandinavian household appliances from ASKO in their homes; high quality, durable products with Scandinavian design and innovative solutions. They offer a full range of kitchen and laundry appliances to meet and often exceed their customer's expectations for many years to come.
ASKO Appliances has its origin in Sweden where the head office is today. Here they design and develop the global product range. Designers, constructors, engineers, and marketers all work together to achieve exceptional results.
Visit www.asko.com.au to explore the entire range.
The Haymes brand has true Australian character. Born in Ballarat in 1935, this family-run business is now in the hands of the fourth generation. Over the years, each member has taken care to pass on the commitment and passion for crafting quality products.
The Haymes 2015 Colour Forecast is made up of five themes, each depicting the trends for this year. Each forecast look is based around the idea of wanting to feel comfortable and secure within the home. View each theme online here or click through the pages of the Haymes 2015 Colour Forecast magazine here.
For store locations or further information, visit Haymes at www.haymespaint.com.au or free call Haymes Service Express on 1800 033 431.
MAXIMUM is the first technical porcelain panel with extraordinary dimensions:
1,500 mm wide, 3,000 mm long and just 6 mm thin. Developed and made in Italy by Graniti Fiandre using leading-edge technology, MAXIMUM has been designed to outperform both composite and quarried stone. MAXIMUM pressed porcelain panels are lightweight, durable, UV stable, environmentally friendly and cost effective, providing limitless design possibilities for both interior and exterior, from kitchen bench tops through to facades.
Made entirely from natural materials such as sand, quartz, clay, feldspar and recycled content MAXIMUM porcelain contain no toxic resins or chemical binders that are used in reconstituted stone products.
From beautiful finishes inspired by nature to the cool contemporary look of concrete, MAXIMUM is an environmentally friendly, 100% natural, partially recycled product available in more than 40 colours and finishes suitable for residential and commercial projects.
MAXIMUM is exclusively distributed in Australia by MAXIMUM Australia and is available in every state and territory.
Visit www.maximumaustralia.com to explore the range.
Founded in 1959 by Ernesto Gismondi, the Artemide group is an Italian design icon and an international leader in the field of lighting. Responsible for the production of some of the world's most iconic luminaries including the Tizio and Tolomeo, Artemide continues to work with many of the world's most recognized designers including Michele de Lucchi, Enzo Mari, Vico Magistretti, Ross Lovegrove and Zaha Hadid.
These international designs have been embraced by Australian market and design fraternity, with Artemide flagship stores in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney able to offer decorative, indoor architectural and outdoor lighting products, for domestic application along with sophisticated installations for large public, private and commercial projects.
Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia is the peak body for the heavy construction materials industry in Australia.
Our members operate cement manufacturing and distribution facilities, concrete batching plants, hard rock quarries and sand and gravel extraction operations throughout the nation. CCAA membership is made up of the majority of material producers and suppliers, and ranges from large global companies, to SMEs and family operated businesses.
The heavy construction materials industry is vital to the nation's building and construction industries and underpins the development of Australia’s physical infrastructure. It generates approximately $7.2 billion in annual revenues and employs around 18,000 Australians directly and a further 80,000 indirectly.
We represent our members' interests through advocacy to government and the wider community; assistance to building and construction industry professionals; development of market applications; and a source of technical and reference information.
The role of CCAA is to support the maintenance of the overall industry operation by:
The Heritage Council of Victoria is the State Government’s primary decision-making body on the identification of places and objects of (non-Indigenous) cultural heritage significance to Victoria.
Its vision is to ensure that Victoria’s diverse cultural heritage is understood and valued as integral to our lives and to future generations.
Leading in the recognition and conservation of Victoria’s cultural heritage, the Council is made up of 10 Members and 10 Alternate Members, drawn from a wide range of professional disciplines and organisations.
An independent statutory authority, the Council lists places and objects of state-wide cultural heritage significance in the Victorian Heritage Register, and hears appeals on registration matters, and permits and conditions issued by the Executive Director of Heritage Victoria.
The Heritage Council of NSW is established under the NSW Heritage Act, 1977 as an independent statutory authority. The Council provides advice on heritage matters to the Minister for Heritage in NSW and recommends to the Minister places and objects for listing on the State Heritage Register (SHR). The Council has nine members, who have knowledge, skills and experience across many heritage specialities.
The Heritage Council makes decisions about the care and protection of heritage places and items that have been identified as being significant to the people of NSW. The Heritage Council of NSW is committed to conserving our heritage as it helps us to understand our past, and contributes to the lives of future generations.
The Council also delivers the NSW Heritage Grants program to help local communities to identify, conserve, interpret and promote the State significant heritage.
Blum is trusted and renowned worldwide for designing a comprehensive range of high quality industry leading products that significantly enhance user convenience and ergonomics in the kitchen and home. With well-thought-out function, internationally recognised designs and high durability; Blum lift, drawer and hinge systems withstand intensive daily use for the lifetime of the furniture. Blum fittings work within furniture interiors creating the perfect balance between exterior form and interior function ensuring the functionality and beauty of designs become a reality.
Blum has been observing the way people use their kitchens all over the world for 60 years. This research assists in identifying unique insights and creating resources and design solutions that have been embraced by designers and cabinet makers alike.