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JUNE 2017 |


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Use on Brick, Plasterboard,

Wood, Steel, Plywood, Concrete,

Cement Sheets & More

Ideal for Decking

Comes in white and

a popular range

of decking colours


Interior & Exterior Filler


• Pre-mixed & ready to use

• Fine Filler, spreads easily

• Long shelf life, no waste

• Will not shrink, sink or fall out

• Sands easily, will not clog sandpaper

• No acrylic, latex or solvents, VOC free

Paintable for interior & exterior use



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One tub

dOes it all

Announced at a gala dinner on

May 10, held in the Touring Hall at the

Melbourne Museum, the 2017 winners

included standout architectural firm,

Sam Crawford Architects with Lyme-

smith who took home the prestigious

Grand Prix prize, in addition to the Com-

mercial Exterior award for their work on

the North Bondi Amenities.

With its innovative use of colour in the

service of public provisions, the project

gained the unanimous approval of the

judging panel.

Student entries also impressed, with

experimental approaches highlighting an

artistic fearlessness among the growing

international talent pool of up and com-

ing creatives.

Dulux Colour Planning and Commu-

nication Manager, Andrea Lucena-Orr,

said the 2017 finalists presented works

that delivered an entirely unrestrained

skew on colour use, in line with this year’s

theme of ‘Bold, Forward, Tilted’

“The Dulux Colour Awards looks to

uncover the most inventive use of colour

in built environments across Australia,

New Zealand and beyond. Each year we

look for the submissions that take creativ-

ity to new heights and this year’s award

winners broke free of all tradition to

deliver concepts that truly represent the

future of colour and design.”

The 2017 Dulux Colour Awards win-

ners were:

1. Grand Prix. Project: North Bondi

Amenities. Architecture firm/Organ-

isation: Sam Crawford Architects

with Lymesmith

2. Student. Project: Carrara Baths

Name: Taylor Chan from University

of Auckland

3. Commercial Interior - Public Spaces &

Hospitality. Project: The Pool. Archi-

tecture firm/Organisation: Aileen Sage

Antarctic Heritage Trust – Hillary’s Hut took out the Dulux International Award.

Carrath Baths took out the Dulux Student Award

for 2017.