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Brilliant building design raises the bar at DMN BD Awards in Perth

The best display of building design ever seen in WA has wowed the audience at the 2021 Design Matters National (DMN) Building Design Awards held in Perth on Friday 15 October.

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Stunning Bicton cliff-hanger wins DMN Building Design of the Year in WA Awards

PERTH: Infinity Views, a stunning, multi-million-dollar Bicton home by John LeClare Josephs of Superseed Architecture, has won the Design Matters National Building Design Award for Building Design of the Year (WA) 2021.

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Great-looking eco-entertainer wins James Hardie Award in WA Awards

Kensington Residence, a beautiful home designed for bringing family and friends together, has taken out the much sought-after James Hardie Award (WA) at the 2021 Design Matters National (DMN) Building Design Awards.

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Copy of Stunning Bicton cliff-hanger wins DMN Building Design of the Year in WA Awards

PERTH: Infinity Views, a stunning, multi-million-dollar Bicton home by John LeClare Josephs of Superseed Architecture, has won the Design Matters National Building Design Award for Building Design of the Year (WA) 2021.

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