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New service hub in Mildura sets design standard for community support
Cemintel Territory range is instrumental in the design of this new community service for those suffering from disadvantage, homelessness and poverty.
Raw and refined design transforms cellar door and restaurant
Cemintel’s Barestone adds a modern flavour to winery’s rustic aesthetic. Awarded Victoria's Best Tourism Winery three years in a row, Fowles Wine was ready to rejuvenate its cellar door and restaurant to offer visitors a more sophisticated dining experience. However, the area’s favourite winery didn’t want to lose the rustic features that had long charmed visitors.
Waltzing Matilda legacy lives on in striking new centre
Cemintel’s Barestone brings Architect’s bold, landscape-inspired vision to life. The legend of Australia’s unofficial national anthem, Waltzing Matilda, has been brought into the 21st century through Winton’s new interpretative centre.
Cemintel the perfect backdrop to celebrate community diversity
Cemintel Barestone showcases the colourful design of a new community hub and ensures it will remain timeless, elegant and stylish for years to come.
Territory is in ‘The Zone’
Fitness First is one of the largest health club groups in the world with more than 342 Fitness First clubs worldwide with more than one million members across 15 countries. In Australia, Fitness First has 78 clubs with approximately 240,000 members.
The Art House Factory: Compact living reimagined
Cemintel’s SimpleLine cladding provides the perfect canvas for artist’s compact living vision. Award-winning building designer and artist, Kylie Mitchell from The Art House Factory, has combined her love of modern art and sustainable compact design to introduce the Dog and Bear compact home.
Iconic landmark celebrated in new school hall with Cemintel Surround core neutral palette
Drawing inspiration from the natural stone and sharp angles of nearby Walsh’s Pyramid – the highest freestanding natural pyramid in the world – Gordonvale State High School’s new multipurpose hall is fast becoming a new landmark for the local community.
Award-winning townhouse masters urban design with Cemintel Territory™ range
Built on a former quarry site, the Clyde Street project in Thirroul undertaken by Contractors United, represents a masterclass in transformation and modern urban design.
Bold cladding façade ensures local PCYC is a stand out community space
With a striking façade that celebrates PCYC’s bold brand colours, Cemintel’s Commercial ExpressWall cladding system played a key role in bringing the design of this treasured club space to life.
Display home standing out from the crowd
In display villages, it can be quite a challenge to stand out in an environment that is specifically about showcasing homes. Fortunately, Cemintel’s Territory range of finishes struck a chord!
The Block’s Architect tackles his own renovation, putting a modern stamp on a classic style
Australians’ love affair with renovating and restoring older homes has skyrocketed since the reality TV series The Block began in 2003. And if there’s one man in Australia who knows how to breathe new life into older properties – it’s the hit show’s lead architect, Julian Brenchley.
Natural curves soften the Mildura Rowing Club into its riverside landscape
On the banks of the beautiful Murray River, the Mildura Rowing Club has been a hub for social and sporting activities for more than 100 years.
Container townhouse rises to small site challenge
Right in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD is a house that defied the odds. Built on a tiny block, with only 81 square metres of useable land, this multipurpose residence and office is in striking contrast to the homes and businesses around it.
Julian Brenchley talks Cemintel products on The Block
In this video Julian Brenchley, lead architect on The Block, discusses the use of Cemintel products in the design and construction of the five homes that make up season 13 of The Block.
Urban Grey brings sleek, industrial wow-factor to lakefront home
Wanting to create wow-factor and break out of the suburban mould, Chantelle and Greg from West Lakes used Cemintel's innovative cladding, a relatively new product for their state.
Superyacht Marina enriches texture of Rozelle Bay
Set in an industrial part of Sydney Harbour, the redeveloped Sydney Superyacht Marina is an emblem of strength and style. Rectangular and modulated, the contemporary buildings are clad in glass, timber and Cemintel’s BareStone panels – designed to enrich the character of Rozelle Bay.
Riverstone Police Station sets a new standard for design using Cemintel Surround
Police buildings are not usually known for their progressive design, but the new Riverstone Police Station is an exception, paving the way for a ‘new generation’ of stations across New South Wales.
Warrnambool Emmanuel College
Growing in reputation and doubling student enrolments in ten years, Warrnambool Emmanuel College needed a multi-purpose space to grow alongside the community.
Eagle Bay Luxury
Eagle Bay is carefully hidden in the south-west region of Western Australia and is the ideal base for exploring the majestic Margaret River region. This Barestone architectural beauty blends seamlessly into its surrounds and offers amazing views of the water that provides perfect opportunity for fishing swimming, snorkelling and surfing to its residents and visitors.
Cemintel Range Provides Lots of Options to Builders
Stroud Homes Builders tailor their home designs to suit different locations, ensuring each one is ideal for the nuances of its environment.
Cemintel delivers high-value finish for Swan Valley work-life project
On a rocky cliff overlooking Western Australia’s Swan Valley wine region, sits the office of wealth management consultancy, Bennett Wealth Group.
Allure Apartments Dee Why
Combining coastal living with contemporary design features, the Allure Apartments in Sydney’s sunny northern beaches are an idyllic retreat from the busy city.
Award-winning rainforest house uses Barestone™ to deliver ultimate retreat
Through clever design, craftsmanship and hardy materials, a small stone cottage nestled in rainforest has been transformed into a retreat for its owners.
Art House - a bold and innovative design that transforms art into architecture
Bringing modern art to life, Building Designer, Kylie Mitchell, translated a painting into a striking home.
Combining modern day Abruzzo regional cuisine with old family recipes, Candelori’s restaurant has served beautiful Italian food and wine in a luxury dining setting since 1999. To stay fresh, and at the fore of contemporary design, the restaurant recently underwent a complete transformation.
From the welcoming first step in the door to its backyard fence, this display home for first home buyers by Summit Home Group, carries a distinct attention to detail in achieving its contemporary luxe look and feel. Hand selected quality inclusions add a special touch and elevates all corners of the property, not only the home.
Cemintel delivers unique street appeal in Brisbane’s south
When building and design company, Into Building, wanted to create a unique look with strong street appeal for their five-house development on Brisbane’s south-side, they came to Cemintel for the answer.
Barestone seamlessly connects family home with WA wild bush backdrop
With bushfire season now an annual threat to Perth’s residential suburbs, protecting homes against WA’s destructive bushfires is a major concern for local residents.
Kitchener Road, Melville
Tasked with creating a dream home for a couple to retire into, building company, Arklen, have created a beautifully sustainable home that perfectly melds the Californian bungalow aesthetic with an industrial edge.
St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School
For St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School having a great environment for education is key to enhancing learning.
Osborne Street – Urban Grey
Asked to refresh a run-down Victorian house into a modern family home, architect and interior design company, Dig Design, have transformed the existing space into a unified home design the melds audacious architecture with refined, subtle detail.
Iconic Brisbane pub gets new lease on life using Cemintel’s durable, prefinished materials
Built in 1850, The Royal George Hotel in Brisbane has a long and eventful history. Located in the centre of the thriving nightlife precinct, Fortitude Valley, “RG’s” is a hive of activity and entertainment from Thursday to Sunday.
Unique use of Barestone provides a solid and distinctive feature for boardroom refurbishment