Art and Science collide at the world class Ralph & Patricia Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute, boasting the largest ceramic printed facade in Australia. Over 3 levels and 850sqm of high performance glass, this award winning, curtain wall design is an example of fine workmanship, creativity and technical excellence. “Overall, the brain is the most complex object known in the universe – […]
Local history of the Geographe region is showcased on 289sqm ImagInk Digital Printing over four unique facades of the new Busselton Civic and Administration Centre. Prominently situated on the Vasse River, the modern design focuses on energy efficiency incorporating InsulCool Double Glazing and innovative use of materials reflecting the new identity of the city. BGC undertook […]
Layers of texture and colour weave together to create a play on light through the striking glass artwork greeting visitors at the new $17m Manning Community Centre in the City of South Perth. As the sun rushes through the clear areas of line and text of the layered artwork, a unique dimension of local history […]
There are landmark buildings, and then there are landmark social initiatives. The Oxford Foyer is one of the few buildings in Perth that ticks both boxes.
A recently constructed retail and office building in Perth, Western Australia, demonstrates the power of architectural glass to achieve truly astounding artistic effects.
32 St Georges Terrace, Perth, leverages extensive structural glazing to create a podium footprint that harmonises seamlessly with the surrounding heritage-rich precinct.
Designed by local artist Rick Vermey, Spectrum is a change of direction in the public art landscape in Perth, delivering a stunning, multi-coloured feather in the cap for Qube Property Group’s latest boutique development, The Wexford.
Together with a walk-in fromagerie and gourmet pizza bar, this stunning Woolworths flagship store features a vibrant digitally printed glass façade.
St Mary’s Cathedral in Darwin features eight magnificent printed glass windows above the main entrance, forming the Bishop O’Loughlin memorial window. The project utilises Cyclonic Glass and was installed by the Cooling Brothers glazing division.
Built in the mid-1920s, Hale House has been restored to house the WA Cabinet Secretariat and the Office of the Premier – and what better material to promote transparency of government than glass!