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graphic concrete®

graphic concrete® is an exciting patented technology that provides architects, designers and builders the opportunity to create amazing high quality imagery to precast concrete elements.

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Child Centred Design: The Need for Parents’ Rooms

Travelling with kids is usually tricky – there are nappies that need changing, food that needs heating and you are constantly navigating through the curious pairs of hands and feet itching to be out of the cushy pram seats.

Needless to say, this trickiness is magnified in shopping centres. Let me put forth a simple exercise: the next time you are at the shops, notice the families with kids in tow – how many of the kids look happy? And the parents seem relaxed?

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i2C AMONG AUSTRALIA’S BEST PLACES TO WORK – AGAIN!

i2C is one of the 2016 Best Places to Work® in Australia! We are more than pleased to be ranked number 19 in the under 100 employees category and also the only Architecture / Design company in the top 25 of both the under & over 100 employees category.

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“A great place to work is one in which you trust the people you work for, have pride in what you do, and enjoy the people you work with.” — Robert Levering, Co-Founder, Great Place to Work®

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Shedding Light on the Influence of Illuminated Design

Have you ever walked into a high end supermarket and thought the strawberries look so perfectly red you just have to have one? When you were shopping at that other store last week, you didn’t think twice about it; in fact, did they even sell strawberries?

These must be organic. They are so vibrant in colour, they were probably grown on a private farm and hand-picked that very morning. Definitely worth paying double. They are clearly much better quality.

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Or are they? Yes, there is a possibility these are the best strawberries ever grown, but the more likely reason they appear extra appealing to you is the lighting environment they were presented to you in.
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