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With the recent changes to the Australian Building Codes Board non-combustible cladding is the new industry standard.

The Wood Cladding and External Fixtures Alliance has announced that timber cladding is not acceptable accept for Class 2 and 3 low-rise buildings. This means more commercial and large industrial buildings are moving towards the aluminium cladding trend.

Aluminium cladding has many advantages and it’s all in the details.

Aluminium Wood cladding looks natural, is durable and a beautiful choice for both interior and exterior applications and, depending on how it is detailed, is a perfect material for modern and traditional designs.

Details can make a good design remarkable.

Design is in the Details. Whether it’s a detail to define an edge, a detail to accentuate a corner connection or a detail to emphasize light or shadow, the design of each detail adds another dimension to the architecture. Below we share a few beautiful modern details with wood..hopefully to inspire your next design.

 

The Wood Cladding and External Fixtures Alliance has announced that timber cladding is now acceptable for all classes of buildings other than Class 2 and 3 low-rise buildings under the existing ‘Deemed-to-Satisfy’ provisions of the National Construction Code.

 

The new position adopted by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) in regards to Class 2 and 3 buildings in the face of 20 years of decisions made by building surveyors and certifiers who have interpreted the Code to allow timber cladding to be used on these low-rise buildings.

 

According to Paul Michael, chair of the Wood Cladding and External Fixtures Alliance, there is a general view that the impact on timber cladding from a blanket ban on all combustible cladding is an unintended consequence of the recent fires that have involved the more flammable Aluminium Composite Panels and Expanded Polystyrene.

 

“We have not spoken to one Minister or ABCB member who believes that timber cladding poses a safety threat to the occupants of a building and no risk assessment has been done to demonstrate there is an unacceptable danger,” says Michael.

 

“The Alliance believes it would have been more appropriate for the ABCB to focus on the issue of fire safety and stipulate certain performance standards which would have excluded the use of highly combustible cladding but continued to allow timber and other suitable well proven products that have significant environmental and aesthetic benefits,” says Michael.

 

“However, the Board chose not to do this, although we understand there was significant debate about the best option.”

 

“As a result of the ABCB decision, it is absolutely critical all prospective owners, builders, building surveyors and certifiers understand that timber cladding can be used on all Class 1 buildings (houses) and other low-rise building Classes except three-storey Class 2 and 3 buildings.  In addition, we now understand we will need to find different pathways for Class 2 and 3 buildings,” he says.

 

 

 

With the recent changes to the Australian Building Codes Board non-combustible cladding is the new industry standard.

 

The Wood Cladding and External Fixtures Alliance has announced that timber cladding is not acceptable accept for Class 2 and 3 low-rise buildings. This means more commercial and large industrial buildings are moving towards the aluminium cladding trend.

 

Aluminium cladding has many advantages and it’s all in the details.

 

Aluminium Wood cladding looks natural, is durable and a beautiful choice for both interior and exterior applications and, depending on how it is detailed, is a perfect material for modern and traditional designs.

 

Details can make a good design remarkable.

 

Design is in the Details. Whether it’s a detail to define an edge, a detail to accentuate a corner connection or a detail to emphasize light or shadow, the design of each detail adds another dimension to the architecture. Below we share a few beautiful modern details with wood..hopefully to inspire your next design.

 

Play with light

 

Create shade

 

 

he wall cladding is not only a decorative element to create a stylish and eye-catching look, but it also is a functional item to use. It serves as a practical factor to control the room temperature and it can be useful either as a soundproof item. When this wall cladding panel installed behind a bed, it draws the attention toward this trendy decor and it can also add height and width for the bed area.

 

This wall-cladding becomes now popular and stylish, it is available in the market with a wide variety to fit everyone taste. It is a type of panels that installed behind the bed as we have already above mentioned that the wall cladding is a wall covering with different materials. There are different materials used as cladding panel like wood, stone, wallpapers, plastic or even leather. Every material suit different purpose and taste, what you really like to integrate and is it for external or internal purpose.