As leaders in urban design, Turner Architects are always ready to explore innovative ideas that can enhance their building projects. The many possibilities offered by Hebel façade systems are therefore attracting increasing interest from the Turner team. “While we have used Hebel a lot over the past few years, until recently our use was mainly […]Read More
Welcome to the Hebel Matters blog - a place to educate and inspire architects, designers, builders and homeowners alike as to the amazing benefits of Hebel products and systems.
At CSR Hebel, we’ve been producing steel reinforced AAC panels for over 25 years. We pride ourselves on continually improving our offering to provide developers and builders with systems that are a better way to design and build.
Because of this, we’re very excited to announce the Hebel PowerPanel50 for Low Rise Multi-Residential Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall Systems. This 50mm thick steel reinforced Hebel panel is a revolution in AAC panel manufacture worldwide: installed vertically it’s available in 2.4, 2.7 and 3 metre standard lengths.Read More
Australian home design has undergone somewhat of an evolution in the past few years. Using traditional materials is less popular and people are moving towards eco-friendly homes that also create an outdoor living experience. This trend is backed by a recent NSW study that found design, craftsmanship and sustainability are the key considerations for homeowners […]Read More
We recently caught up with Ausmar Homes’ Business Unit Manager for Residential Housing, Josh Green, to discuss how he has noticed a significant shift in public perception of Hebel in recent years. Ausmar Homes are a new home builder on the Sunshine Coast. They were awarded the HIA Professional Builder of the Year Award 3 […]Read More
Sydney architects and builders are responding with enthusiasm to the boundless design possibilities of Hebel façade systems. And their creative work, combined with Hebel’s versatility, is resulting in some stunning building developments throughout the city. Building facades in suburbs in the north, south, east and west of the city are showcasing the ways in which […]Read More
Metricon is one of Australia’s leading home builder, named Australia’s largest residential builder by the Housing Industry Association in 2017, 2016 , 2015, 2012 and 2011. We caught up with Design Manager, Ricky D’Alesio, to discuss Metricon’s relationship with Hebel. “The focus on building homes that cater to people’s lifestyles has never been stronger.” That’s […]Read More
If you’ve never worked with an architect or designer before, the prospect might seem a little daunting. After all, they are people who are going to have a major influence on your home build or renovation. You might be concerned that, like any working relationship, things won’t quite ‘gel’ and you’ll be left with a […]Read More
As city populations rise, more and more homes are beginning to pop up on the fringe of metropolitan areas, or homeowners are opting to build their dream homes away from densely populated regions altogether. While building closer to nature can provide picturesque views and a relaxed lifestyle, it can also mean the threat of bushfires, […]Read More
Even though sustainable design can be traced back to the energy crisis of the 1970s, it wasn’t until the 90s that is began to take hold, especially in the residential sector. Now it’s no longer seen as ‘a hippie alternative’, but an essential consideration that’s very much part of the mainstream. There’s been a huge […]Read More
Australia is a place of climatic extremes – from the Snowy Mountains in NSW, which sees the mercury drop well below zero, to Marble Bar in WA, which regularly experiences temperatures in excess of 40 Degrees Celsius. We live in a harsh environment. Although most of us are far away from the sizzling earth of […]Read More