Zero waste

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about zero waste

Product • By AluinventLO2 - Exterior

LO2 - Exterior

The LO2 collection from Aluinvent is a high end rain screen facade panel system manufactured from 90% recycled Aluminium with open cell structure to both sides. The void:solid ratio of our LO2 panels is approx 30%. LO2 panels come in mill finish and coloured options and are suitable for a wide range of exterior applications with A1 & A2 fire ratings. The LO2 collection is particularly suited to applications such as window screening elements and lighting installations. Aluinvent LO2 panels meet all the challenges and requirements to provide a safe, long-lasting facade with a striking modern aesthetic and an element of transparency. Little to no maintenance is required after installation and the panels are easily replaceable. Curved pro... More

Product • By AluinventLO - Exterior

LO - Exterior

The LO collection from Aluinvent is a high end rain screen facade panel system manufactured from 90% recycled Aluminium with open cell structure to one side. The panels come in mill finish and a full spectrum of coloured options and are suitable for a wide range of exterior applications with A1 & A2 fire ratings.  Aluinvent LO panels meet all the challenges and requirements to provide safe, long-lasting facades with a striking modern aesthetic. Little to no maintenance is required after installation. Curved profiles are available at request and the LO collection is also available as part of a complete rainscreen cladding system including support railings, brackets, fixings, coping, fascia and soffit. More

Project • By studio203Exhibitions

Fashionably Early Exhibition

The design of the space for a future-directed fashion exhibition, a vibrant Think Tank about the challenges that will inspire the next generation of Australian fashion designers, conceived wholly in folded cardboard as zero waste exhibition architecture. The interactive fashion exhibition in the Gallery of Australian Design (GAD), curated by close friend Cate Shaw, was to set into scene selected fashion designs from six design schools in a vibrant Think Tank about the challenges that will inspire the next generation of Australian fashion designers. The message of the show, considerate and sustainable fashion, is reflected in the materiality and construction of the exhibition architecture: folded cardboard assembled with cardboard tubes, a... More