The design options for COLORBOND® steel are almost as limitless as your imagination.
Read our Feature Stories to see how COLORBOND® steel has inspired great building design, or visit our Photo Gallery for images of innovative buildings.
A campsite shelter that was redesigned and constructed by architecture students after the 2011 Queensland floods is proving very popular with visitors while also accumulating a number of prestigious awards.
BlueScope Steel has launched a sustainability website which features in-depth information on steel’s sustainable credentials and showcases sustainable solutions for building, infrastructure, mining, energy and manufacturing.
Paul Uhlmann Architects has responded to a sensitive beachside lot with a delicate, tent-like residence that embodies a holiday essence.
In a contemporary interpretation of Gottfried Semper’s idea of the hearth being the centre of domestic architecture, Room11 Architects has produced a welcoming and happy home.
Insistent visits from a beetle ultimately provided the insight James Stockwell was seeking for this award-winning house.
Max Pritchard has designed an Adelaide couple's home on a bridge above a small creek on their farm
A panoramic, windswept plateau in central western New South Wales inspired Duc Associates to create an unorthodox solution for a couple and their art collection.
Troppo Architects has marvellously reconciled the old and the new in its reinvention of a North Adelaide Victorian-style cottage.
The Wallich House puts a modern spin on the typical coastal beach house. Located in Newport, this family home embraces the tranquillity of the Northern Beaches, leaving behind any trace of the hustle and bustle of inner city living.
Aboriginal legend and the design flexibility of steel have combined to create an award winning cultural centre for the indigenous Kaurna people of the Adelaide plains.