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Melbourne designer Dale Hardiman focuses on sustainable design. His latest product is a three-leg chair made from fly-ash (a byproduct of burning coal) and resin. Hardiman has transformed fly-ash into a practical piece of furniture that can be chipped down and used again at the end of its life. Klag is stackable, lightweight, water and heat resistant and costs $1500. dale-hardiman南京夜网
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Today Burbank is unveiling three new display homes in the Taylors Hill estate. The Tierra and Jarrah, from the 7-Star Future Collection, and the Lauriston, from the Ideal Collection, make their debuts. The Tierra, with two living areas and four bedrooms, is aimed at family living; and the Lauriston is geared for entertaining with a rumpus room and theatre room. www.burbank南京夜网.au
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