With the new Penguin Parade Visitor Centre opening last week, it’s a good time to look back on this spectacular project. Celebrated as an “environmental star on the horizon” by Phillip Island Nature Parks, the structure is full of sharp angles and dances with light....

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Not your father's aluminium window frames Aluminium window and door systems came to Australia from the US in the early 1960s. Although Australia metricated in 1966, much of the architectural frame systems industry maintains those original imperial dimensions today. Why? Because the legacy of existing systems in most...

Applying the core principles of drainage for better window systems: the best practice gasket Very few companies have seriously addressed the issues related to “controlled leakage” of architectural window systems. Commercial windows are designed to leak. Vertical members (jambs and mullions) are down pipes and horizontal...