Shelley Beach
30 April 2014 Shelley Beach Seaside Home Roof
Brad and Ruth's Teys' Shelly Beach home is less than 10 years old and was already corroding to the point of perforation, these rust spots were not only aesthetically displeasing they were creating rust holes and allowing water to penetrate the residence. Brad and Ruth had this to say about their decision to use BlueScope PERMALITE®. [Read more]
This house extension in Sydney, New South Wales uses roof & wall cladding made from ZINCALUME® steel in profile LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305®. Photograph: Paul Bradshaw
27 April 2012 Against the Flow
Welsh+Major has opened up a previously cloistered Victorian terrace with an addition that provides light and space for a growing family. The couple who bought this home always planned to overhaul the rear section, where a series of poorly conceived additions didn't connect well to the home's greatest selling point: the 'cricket pitch' garden. [Read more]
This house in Glen Osmond, South Australia, uses structural formwork in profile LYSAGHT BONDEK® and roofing and walling cladding made from ZINCALUME® steel. Photograph:  Paul Bradshaw
27 April 2012 Design Bastian
Troppo Architects has reinvented an old Adelaide brick home using a lightweight steel solution to add an upstairs 'townhouse' clad in ZINCALUME® steel. [Read more]
This house at Allens Rivulet Tasmania, uses roofing and walling made from COLORBOND® steel. Photograph: Paul Bradshaw.
11 April 2012 Where the Hearth Is
In a contemporary interpretation of Gottfried Semper’s idea of the hearth being the centre of domestic architecture, Room11 Architects has produced a welcoming and happy home. [Read more]
This holiday house at Byron Bay, New South Wales uses roofing in profile LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® made from COLORBOND® Metallic steel in the colour Citi®.
10 April 2012 Moveable Feast
Paul Uhlmann Architects has responded to a sensitive beachside lot with a delicate, tent-like residence that embodies a holiday essence. [Read more]
This house in Central Western New South Wales uses Bondor Equitilt® sandwich panels made from COLORBOND® Metallic steel in the colour Citi®. Photograph: Bob Seary
10 April 2012 Wild at Art
A panoramic, windswept plateau in central western New South Wales inspired Duc Associates to create an unorthodox solution for a couple and their art collection. [Read more]
This house at Foxground, NSW is clad in walling made from galvanised steel in LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® profile.  Internal cladding is made from LYSAGHT MINI ORB®. Photographer: Paul Bradshaw
04 April 2012 Living Legacy
Architect Louise Nettleton’s lavish and inspired use of steel has helped embody a WWII veteran’s vision to build a house as a legacy to his family [Read more]
The Wallich House located in Newport, NSW, uses roofing made from COLORBOND® Ultra steel in the colour Woodland Grey®
03 February 2012 A Modern Spin on Family Living
The Wallich House puts a modern spin on the typical coastal beach house. Located in Newport, this family home embraces the tranquillity of the Northern Beaches, leaving behind any trace of the hustle and bustle of inner city living. [Read more]
Re-roofing Aquarius building in Townsville, Qld using LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK HI-STRENGTH®. The lift about to get underway by Townsville Helicopters and Rockhampton Aviation using an AS350B2 commonly referred to as a “squirrel” helicopter manufactured by Eurocopter
26 August 2011 Raising the Roof at Aquarius Townsville
A lot of science and testing goes into a steel roofing product like LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® so that it never becomes airborne, especially in a cyclone prone city like Townsville in North Queensland. However on a recent high rise re-roof project completed on the exposed shoreline of this northern city it proved to be a pre-requisite that the replacement steel roof sheeting could be made to "fly". [Read more]
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26 July 2011 New home improvement options from BlueScope Lysaght
BlueScope Lysaght has introduced a new solution for homeowners who want to add style and liveability to their homes. [Read more]