This retail space in Redcliffe, Queensland utilises a high architectural feature to connect two wings with DecoWood battens
House Kalafatas Challita, by Tribe Studio Architects. Photo by Peter Bennetts.
Diamond Creek retail space in Queensland utilised DecoSlats covered in Decowood, with the builder constructing panels before lifting into place for quick and easy installation.
Rooftop terrace view of Behind attractive high-rise Building Exterior View
The Dunes Village Shopping Centre in Torquay, Victoria used DecoWood’s long 6.5 metre battens to create a spacious and contemporary feel to this outside eating area.
Bing Lee’s headquarters just outside Sydney in New South Wales wanted a timber-look for their story entry. Aluminium sheets finished in DecoWood were selected to add a unique look with easy installation.
Concord Hospital in New South Wales used large battens combined with a lightening installation to create a feature and visually divide the room for this seating area.