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The Amari Residences in the heart of Bondi has maximised views, natural ventilation and safety by utilising a combination of Alspec’s KidScreen® window products, Air-Flo® frames and Breezway® Louvres.
Expansive new window, framing and door solutions have provided the key to the seamless integration of a modern indoor-outdoor living area with an existing traditional home in Rodd Point, Sydney.
This new student accommodation building features stunning modern design and construction from high quality componentry, featuring products from Alspec’s comprehensive window and door framing ranges.
Visitors to Brisbane airport now have the added convenience of two new hotels and an adjoining conference centre located directly adjacent to the domestic terminal.
South Brisbane’s rising skyline has been further enhanced with the addition of a striking new two-tower residential development, the "Ivy and Eve". The development is setting a new benchmark in high quality residential buildings.
Pennant Hills will be alive with the sound of music from Mount St Benedict College students following the completion of the new Creative and Performing Arts Centre.
Glass frontages of cinematic proportions welcome visitors to the recently completed Reading movie screening complex in Newmarket, Brisbane.
The original wood, exposed brick walls and steel features of a former timber factory have been combined with modern window and glazing solutions to create a luxurious modern home in Balmain.
A new world-class training centre has set the scene for a successful season ahead for the Brisbane Broncos National Rugby League team. The recently completed facility in Red Hill features a range of Alspec glazing solutions.
A dramatic new home in the prestigious suburb of Eaglemont, Victoria, has capitalised on the leafy surrounds by incorporating Alspec door and window framing products into the multiple living spaces.
A new village-style development blending work and living spaces has provided the perfect showcase for the versatility of Alspec’s framing solutions.
A South Fremantle cottage on a narrow corner block has been cleverly renovated and enlarged for modern living, integrating an array of Alspec glazing products to maximise light and district views.
A luxurious new home in Kellyville has capitalised on Alspec’s range of high-end window and door products to create an extensive and inviting indoor-outdoor living and entertaining environment.
Award-winning high rise apartment building Rhapsody Surfers North put Alspec’s range of commercial grade window and door products to the test.
We all know we need to embrace more energy-efficient products in our homes and fortunately they are no longer so unattractive.
The iconic new “FV - Flatiron” residential building will provide residents with a quiet sanctuary, thanks to the incorporation of Alspec’s high end acoustic framing, windows and doors.
Blending a new addition into an existing home is not one of the easiest of tasks so some thinking outside the box by architect Kennedy Nolan has produced an impressive result.
Expansive glazing provides the basis for this striking modern residence in the leafy streets of Ivanhoe, Victoria. This house sets itself apart from its neighbours with feature glazing creating a modern light-filled home.
Beautiful coastal locations present designers and homebuilders with many climate and environmental challenges, such as coping with a highly corrosive environment and windy weather extremes.
An award-winning college gymnasium in Western Australia is providing the ideal platform to highlight Alspec’s® high performance range of aluminium window glazing and commercial door solutions.
A new sports centre showcasing the technical superiority of two of Alspec’s® unique building products – Hunter Evo 150 Acoustic Aluminium Framing and ProGlide® High Performance Sliding Doors.
Few places offer the opportunity to live right on the water, yet also in the heart of a vibrant international city. Introducing Anadara and Alexander, two breathtaking residential buildings that each evoke a distinct personality.
Following six years in planning, design and development the 50-acre beachfront masterpiece has received much acclaim since welcoming its first guests last year.
Overlooking one of SA’s secluded beaches and set back in the rolling Hills of the Fleurieu Peninsula this private Myponga Beach property encapsulates all the views in its design.
The owners of this bungalow, built around 100 years ago, were looking for a larger living space as well as better bedrooms for their children.
Overlooking one of Sydney's most picturesque beaches, the Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Clubhouse had withstood the ravages of time and tide since 1933.
The 2 Girls Building fuses art, photography and architecture. The project blurs their respective boundaries resulting in one craft overlapping and appropriating with the characteristics of the others in the form of a new medium.
The National Women's Christian Temperance Union of Australia was formed in May 1891 with the South Australian Branch formed in 1889.
Perched on a hilltop overlooking Lake Corunna is a home like no other. An architectural accomplishment of interlocking pavilions arranged as floating prisms, glistening like a continuous ribbon of gold.
Achieving the challenge of constructing the 9m high windows makes this project a stand out for all those involved. This was a terrific result for all involved and the city of Alice Springs.
Art teacher and sculptor Laurie Smith and his wife Renee Hoareau are both zealous art lovers. Their vision is to create a sort of domestic gallery that will inspire both inside and out.
In this episode Mike Dare and wife Lowen Partridge decide to put a couple of water tanks in their new house. But these are tanks with a difference.
This episode follows Nick and Anna McKimm as they build their sleek, modernist, 60's inspired family residence on a large, half acre block in Melbourne's bayside suburb, Brighton.
Constructing a residential property today is more than bricks and mortar. BASIX or Building Sustainability Index is a scheme introduced by the government of NSW in 2004 to regulate the energy efficiency of residential buildings.
When approached by leading architect Tony Owen to assist in providing solutions for the window and doors aspect of his own "Moebius House" in Dover Heights, Alspec were confident they could meet the challenge.
When constructing a Sydney Icon many elements come into play. The main challenge for Alspec were the window and door systems as they needed to comply with demanding structural and acoustic requirements.
When Fluid Architecture designed the Hafele Headquarters in Larapinta QLD with an audacious yet impressive curved roof, this presented a few challenges to the window system supplier.
When designing the Aspect tower in relation to the windows and doors it was necessary to ensure the systems would handle the extreme wind loads of the area.
The Linfox Head Office utilises the Hunter 150mm Double Flush Glazed Framing for all large expansive openings and showcases featured internally glazed transoms.
Master Building 2009 Winner of the Excellence in Housing Awards Town House of Villas/Dual Occupancy $600,001+
Winner of the Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Architecture.
The Caves Beachside Hotel showcases the Alspec Hawkesbury Multi-Fold Door in all expansive openings and the McArthur 101.6mm Centre Pocket Framing for all fixed framing.
When David Nassif, the general manager of Bright & Clear Pty Ltd, needed high performance doors for an architecturally designed house at Fairlight on Sydney's Northern Beaches, the decision was easy.
The dynamic Hawkesbury Multi-Fold Door Suite revolutionises the way we think about indoor and outdoor spaces.
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