Create a Continuous Flow - Indoor to Out
Creating a continuous flow from the indoors to an outdoor space is a popular home renovation project, with timber the natural choice to create a unified look. Making the most of its north east rear orientation, a three bedroom semi-detached home on Sydney's lower north shore proved the perfect canvas to extend the living area
to the garden.
Palette of Urban Green
Pallets made using raw pine supplied by Boral Timber were the central feature of an installation at the 2012 Vivid Sydney Festival. The Palette of Urban Green, showcased at this celebration of light, music and ideas, was designed by Chinese-Australian artist HY William Chan who became one of the youngest people commissioned to create work for this festival.
Timber helps to create texture at Burnside Village
Boral Timber hardwood products have been used in the re-development of the Burnside Village shopping precinct in Adelaide, South Australia. The eye-catching centrepiece of the refurbished precinct is a 21 metre curved glass roof, covering an 18-metre high 100-year-old River Red Gum tree.
UWS - Climage Change Research Facility
Boral's Kiln Dried F27 (KDF27) Blackbutt Structural Timber was used extensively in the development of the University of Western Sydney's Climate Change and Energy Research Facility, and a finalist in BPN Sustainability Awards 2011.
Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer
Boral Timber hardwood products have been used extensively in the development and design of the new Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer located in Adelaide, South Australia.
Boral Timber Flooring brings warmth and practicality to family's dream waterfront home in Queensland.
Boral Timber's Blackbutt species structural hardwood product was used extensively throughout a much-needed new car park in Cabramatta, for visual interest and its environmental credentials.
Boral Timber’s hardwood products have been used to provide strength and stability to a bushland dwelling located on the steep slopes above Clareville Beach in Pittwater. Hilltop House won a 2010 Australian Timber Design Award in the 'Residential Class 1 - New Buildings' category.
QLD Performing Arts Centre
Boral Timber was recently contracted to supply the timber flooring for a $34million renovation of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. This was the Centre's first major renovation since it opened in 1985.
South Wharf, Melbourne
Melbourne’s extensive South Wharf project has recently been completed, adding a further dimension to the $1.4 billion Convention Centre development. The project has involved the transformation of the wharf area from a derelict space into a beautiful harbourside lookout.
The shiplift at Port Adelaide, was commissioned by Defence SA after they won the Air Warfare contract to build the Navy’s three $6billion Air Warfare Destroyers, the largest shiplift in the southern hemisphere..
Boral Timber has contributed to the first stage of a major redevelopment of the Gallipoli Barracks, Enoggera in Queensland, providing certified hardwood flooring for the new Sergeants' and Officers' Mess Dining & Ante Rooms within the Combined Messing Facility.
Liverpool West Public School
As part of the Rudd Government’s $16.2billion Building the Education Revolution funding a new multi-purpose hall has been built at Liverpool West Public School.
Stained Floor – Edwardian Renovation
Extensive renovations to an Edwardian home in the fashionable Melbourne inner city suburb of Prahran have transformed the small cottage into a large two storey home with a solid timber floor that has become a talking point.
The Waterhole Project
South Australia’s Monarto Zoo offers visitors a breathtaking view of its cheetahs, lions and African Hunting dogs thanks to two new platforms made with materials supplied by Boral Timber.
Café Lago is set at the western end of the Torrens Lake in Adelaide. During the warmer months diners sit on the open deck overlooking the river while the interior is warm and inviting, featuring curved walls and dramatic timber accents.
Pernod Ricard NSW Corporate Office
Pernod Ricard, the second largest wines and spirits company worldwide, commissioned Woodhead Architects to design the interiors of their NSW corporate office, to be both inviting and convivial, reflecting the Group's fundamental values.
Located in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs, the Oriental hotel received an extensive renovation, transforming it from a tired pub to a popular, contemporary venue.
The Waterhole Project
Monarto Zoo’s Waterhole project was the first stage of its ‘Zuloop’ initiative, which allows visitors to travel around the park on a tour bus, getting on and off at various points to enjoy an exhilarating, safari-like experience.
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