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3D Environment recommend Hebel to help reduce rising energy costs

Helen Lloyd-Martin from design firm 3D Environment is a big advocate for Hebel, believing it to be the obvious choice for the eco-conscious. However, the benefits of using Hebel go beyond reducing our impact on the environment – it can also have a dramatic effect on her client’s energy bills as well. With energy prices […]

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Why Hebel flooring was first choice for this Adelaide development

Hebel’s PowerFloor+ system provided “a great solution” when Adelaide’s Luca Group was planning a new development in the city’s North Terrace medical precinct. From a three-level car park, the project at 18A North Terrace has evolved into a modern eight level building comprising three floors of medical office accommodation above a five-level car parking facility. […]

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Boutique Homes offers its clients a range of benefits with Hebel

As a designer for Boutique Homes, part of the ABN Group, Andrea Grover began her career with small builders in New Zealand, but since moving to Melbourne six years ago she has found her niche in designing high quality homes that offer great value for money. Andrea has noticed a rise in popularity with not […]

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Helen Lloyd-Martin talks sustainability – and how Hebel is the obvious choice for the eco-conscious

Helen Lloyd-Martin and her design firm 3D Environment (3DE) have built a reputation for eco-conscious design. The company, which Helen runs with her husband, Warwick Lloyd-Martin, operates throughout New South Wales and beyond ­– with their pavilion style homes not only stunning for their design but for the commitment to sustainability embedded into every stage […]

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Building sustainably has been key to BP Architects’ success

Bridget Puszka’s experience in sustainable design has taken her all over the world – to England where she studied for her Masters (long before Australian universities were offering specialisations in eco-design), to India where she set up a design practice with local architects, and back home to Melbourne. She has been designing energy efficient and […]

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