Create a striking look for your home, garden or commercial design project with unique metal art pieces and installations by Melbourne designer Pierre Le Roux. We are meticulous when it comes to metal fabrication; welding and finishing to create stunning results using Corten steel, copper, stainless steel and powder coated aluminium. Pierre Le Roux specialises in:
- Corten steel and stainless steel sculptures
- Decorative screens and lightboxes
- Contemporary fencing and gates
- Custom made mailboxes and street numbers
- Corten steel cladding
- Metal signage fabrication
Plus much more
Boutique Homes is a leading Victorian Home Builder that prides itself on providing quality designer homes that truly compliment all lifestyles. Proudly part of the ABN Group, Australia's leading home building group, we offer real value for money with industry leading inclusions and unrivalled build quality.
Queenslands premier boutique AWARD WINNING designers. Specialising in Kitchens, Bathrooms, Wardrobes, professional renovations, cabinetmaking and interior joinery - Servicing Brisbane and Australia wide.
RBi ARCHITECTS are a small architectural company located in Richmond, Melbourne. Our commercial architects service the business sector, while we also have dedicated project architects who provide a design and project management service to residential clients looking for something different.
ON PAPER at least, Melbourne @ 5 million, the state government's strategic plan for the urban growth of this city, displays all the grandiosity expected from a title that itself sounds like a major property development. But Melbourne @ 5 million is now little more than a fast-fading, flaking banner..read more
Cricket will thrive long as it keeps finding thinkers such as Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath and improvers such as Jason Krejza. In the past few days, these fellows produced moments that will prove hard to beat all season. Along the way, they confirmed that cricket is a thinking game...read more
NEW laws that would see some Melbourne roads prioritised for tram, bus, bicycle, pedestrian or freight use have alarmed local councils, who see them as an attempt to ram through new heavy truck routes.