Building and decorative product manufacturers and service providers are also invited to submit new products and services for review.

Each program will feature the latest in new building materials, service innovations, product developments and sustainability trends. Reviews of projects featuring these new products and services are encouraged.

To have your product or service featured please contact us.

You can also browse existing profiled products below.

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    Weathertex at Australand

      Weathertex, the Australian-made, all-timber cladding solution, is featured at the latest development by Australand, the Calloway Park project near Sunshine in Melbourne’s western suburbs. Calloway Park will feature 250 new homes and home units built by Australand, all of them featuring Weathertex. Just why Australand specified Weathertex in the project is featured in this […]

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    Weathertex – Greentag

    Weathertex have been through a rigorous evaluation from Eco Specifier to determine their outstanding “green performance” and they are proud to announce they are the FIRST manufactured product to receive a Greentag Platinum certification with a GreenRate R Level A for their natural range products. Additionally, they have received Gold certification for their primed flat cladding […]


    Sustainability driven innovation – this is the driving force behind Valcucine, the revolutionary Italian kitchen artisans who, for over 30 years, have been turning the world of kitchen design and manufacturing on its head.

    Acclaimed for their cutting-edge design, unprecedented ergonomics and superior engineering, Valcucine have also brought sustainability and environmental respect to the fore of kitchen manufacture. With care and passion for recyclability, reusability and material reduction, Valcucine kitchens are testament to the fact that eco-friendly solutions can exist side-by-side with quality, technology and elegance.

    Valcucine is available in Australia through Rogerseller.

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    Rice Daubney and BIM

    BIM or Building Information Modelling is not simply a technology implementation; it is an innovative approach to address the entire building process.

    In this informative video, sponsored by Archicad, Rice Daubney principal Darren Tims talks about his firm’s BIM strategy and implementation.

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    MEP Films Enerlogic

    EnerLogic Window Films are a revolutionary glass insulation coating transforming poorly insulated windows into highly energy efficient windows. EnerLogic energy efficient window films have the same thermal performance to that of double-glazing, but at a significantly lower cost to glass replacement.

    With its low cost, high return technology and reduced annual energy consumption, EnerLogic is way ahead of standard window films. It has made them virtually redundant.

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    Kingspan Insulation & The Gehry UTS Building

    Kingspan Insulation have just commissioned to create a new video looking at the recently opened Frank Gehry designed building at the University of Technology Sydney. Featuring an interview with local Gehry partners, Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke’s Daniel Beekwilder, on the design issues, buildability and sustainable aspects, the story will be a unique view of this groundbreaking project. Stay tuned next month for our coverage.

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    HIA Greensmart

    HIA provides leadership in the recognition of environmentally responsible residential building and land development through its GreenSmart program. GreenSmart was established by HIA in 1999 to promote practical, affordable and durable environmental solutions for residential design and construction.

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    Episode 95: Swan Bedding

    Buying a mattress used to be a simple decision or foam or spring. Now, however, mattress technology has come long way. You can choose to go for Coil Springs, Pocket coils, Air suspension pocket springs, Foam, Pillow, Latex or Gel topped; the list goes on. Some mattresses can also get very expensive as you go for newer technologies.

    Swan Bedding, a new Australian owned business, has taken on the challenge of manufacturing high quality mattresses at reasonable prices. ArchiTel takes a look at what makes these mattresses so special and talks to the store owners who sell them .

    Producer: Ron Brown
    Camera: Ron Brown
    Editor: Joel Loxton

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    Episode 106: Decor & Design 2016 with Jan Henderson

    In this week’s episode, Jan Henderson will review a range of her favourite stands from the Decor & Design 2016 exhibition including, Flux 8, Space To Create, Australian Mother of Pearl Co, Dreamlux Optic Fibre, Jenny Jones Rugs and Instant Shade Umbrellas.

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    Episode 105: Decor & Design 2016 Innovators

    In this week’s episode, we will review the latest and most innovative new products on offer from a range of our favourite exhibitors, these include MicroSeal, artist Shazia Imran, homewares and lifestyle ranges from The Spotted Quoll Studio and contemporary artist Leonie Leivenzon.

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    Cotswold Furniture

    Cotswold Furniture have proudly sponsored the ArchiTel coverage of the recent Maison et Object design show in Paris, an extensive display of all the best in French and European design and manufacture.

    Cotswold, as suppliers of Fermob in Australia, are leading furniture wholesalers and retailers. Many of their valued clients are from the trade industry. This includes interior designers, architects, landscapers, builders, schools, public spaces, aged care facilities and of course the many areas of the hospitality industry. If you are a trade customer and have not bought from Cotswold before, please contact them for a New Trade Client Form, here:

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    Billi at Aurecon

    The Aurecon Building in Melbourne’s Docklands features some leading edge technology including energy management, automated lighting controls, access flooring systems and state-of-the-art kitchen facilities. With an emphasis on staff amenity and user comfort, Aurecon’s Technical Director Peter Mathieson put considerable thought and consultation into the design of the technology in his base building and in his tenancy.

    Billi underbench water heating and cooling units were specified throughout the building, 13 units in kitchens on every level. Here Peter talks about why Billi was the obvious choice for Aurecon’s technically sophisticated fit-out.


    The ArchiFlix A&D Film Festival has recently wrapped up in Sydney, and is coming to Melbourne October 12 to 15 at the State Library in Latrobe Street. The Festival is sponsored by ASKIN Performance Panels and features more than a dozen great architectural feature films over the four day period.

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    Accoya at 200 George

    Accoya wood was recently chosen after an exhaustive global search as the solution to the timber lamellae in the innovative facade of 200 George St, Sydney. Accoya® wood has been thoroughly tested for dimensional stability, durability, paint retention and in-ground conditions to ensure optimal performance. Indeed, it is so reliable that for many years it has […]