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Reading Cinema, Newmarket

Project: Reading Cinema, Newmarket

Installer: RW Joiners

Gen-Eco Product: Lightweight Balsa Plywood with concrete image applied.

Project Description: The brief was to create an 11 metre high wall with the look of ‘off-form’ concrete. The solution was to apply a concrete image to 15mm Balsa Plywood.

Il Gancio

Project: Il Gancio

Installer: By Owner

Gen-Eco Product: Creative Image of ‘off-form’ concrete

Project Description: The owner required a concrete image applied to MDF panels for a feature bulkhead in a new restaurant fitout.

Dulwich Bakery

Project: Dulwich Bakery, Adelaide

Designer: Hosking Interior Design

Installer: Creative Commercial Interiors

Gen-Eco Product: Tasmanian Oak ECONO beams

Project Description: Gen-Eco ECONO beams were selected as a cost effective solution for this bakery fitout.

Papa’s Corner

Project: Papa’s Corner

Installer: Total Fitouts

Gen-Eco Product: Non-Combustible aluminium beams

Project Description: This project required non-combustible ceiling beams to be installed over the café fitout. Brush Box timbergrain imagery was applied to aluminium beams with matching end caps.

QLD X-Ray, St. Vincents

Project: QLD X-Ray, St Vincents Hospital

Architect: Phillips Smith Conwell

Installer: Bradco Joinery

Gen-Eco Product: Non-Combustible aluminium beams

Project Description: This project required non-combustible ceiling beams to be installed over the reception area. The solution was to apply a toned oak image to aluminium beams with matching end caps.

Remington Hotel

Project: Remington Hotel, Orange

Architect: TVS

Installer: Kirk Interiors

Gen-Eco Product: Creative Image applied to acoustic panel

Project Description: This project required both a Group 1 fire rated product that also offered sound absorption qualities. The solution was a Travertine image applied to an acoustic panel.

City Golf Club

Project: City Golf Club, Toowoomba

Architect: WN Webb & Associates

Installer: IQ Construction

Gen-Eco Product: Ecolite beams

Project Description: Gen-Eco Distressed Oak was ‘specially toned’ to match the vinyl flooring chosen for the new café area.

Ozcare Clontarf

Project: Ozcare Aged Care

Architect/Designer: Hargraves Briggs Jacuzzi

Gen-Eco Product: Ecolite composite posts with Walnut Rapture timber veneer applied and finished with clear polyurethane coating. The posts were installed for privacy screening.

Project Description: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF composite beams with Walnut Rapture timber veneer applied and coated with polyurethane finish. Beams were installed vertically for privacy screening.

Taronga Zoo

Project: Institute of Science & Learning - Taronga Zoo

Architect: Burley Katon Halliday

Builder: Taylor Construction

Gen-Eco Product: Birch plywood in both solid and perforated panels. The plywood panels were a combination of standard 2440mm sheets along with jumbo 3050mm. The perforated panels were processed by Keystone Linings - Wetherill Park

Optus Sydney

Project: Optus on George

Architect/Designer: Collectivus Brisbane

Shop-fitter: ARC Joinery Brisbane

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite BalsaMDF Composite Beams and printed MDF panels

Project Description: Coffered ceiling produced using a combination of lightweight Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams and MDF panels. Digitally printed in Dark Distressed Oak timbergrain. Striking combination of Gen-Ecolite beams/panels and LED lighting.

Panorama Cafe Indooroopilly

Project: Panorama Cafe Indooroopilly QLD

Architect/Designer: Mark Retail

Shop-fitter: Mark Retail

Gen-Eco Product: Large curved Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite panels

Project Description: Large curved Balsa/MDF Composite beams were profiled into a wave formation and covered with white gloss vinyl. Beams were screw fixed through a Rondo ceiling system.

Mamasan Restaurant Broadbeach

Project: Mamasan Restaurant Broadbeach

Architect/Designer: Spacecubed

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: Gen-Ecolite beams faced with high pressure laminate.

Kiva Han Coffee

Project: Kiva Han Coffee

Architect/Designer: Blackbox Retail Design

Shop-fitter: Building In Green

Gen-Eco Product: Digital print on MDF

Project Description: The owner wanted the look of timber on the bulkhead but the cost of engineering the ceiling to take the weight was prohibitive. The solution was to scan real timber and digitally print onto MDF sheets resulting in a large cost saving.

North Lakes Sports Club

Project: North Lakes Sports Club

Shop-fitter: Casino Consoles Wakerley QLD

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite BalsaMDF Composite Battens

Project Description: Gen-Ecolite battens with pine timber veneer applied, lime-washed and coated with polyurethane. Striking ceiling installation using the lightweight benefits of Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF composite battens.

Camera Pro – Brisbane

Project: CameraPro Newstead

Architect/Designer: Troupe Studio

Shop-fitter: HiViz Projects

Gen-Eco Product: Ecolite Balsa Beams

Project Description: As the beams were for a feature ceiling in a professional camera store, the designer wanted to achieve the 'look' of a camera lens closing up. Another example of the lightweight advantages of Ecolite Balsa beams being displayed in a striking showroom setting.

Sunshine Plaza

Project: 'The Boardwalk' - Sunshine Plaza

Architect: The Buchan Group

Developer: Calty Construction

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Digital Print on 9mm CFC

Project Description: Gen-Eco provided digitally printed Spotted Gum panels for the refurbishment of the Sunshine Plaza project. As one of the briefs was to supply a Group 1 fire rated material, we supplied a range Spotted Gum panels which were digitally printed on James Hardie 9mm Exotec compressed fibre cement panels. The panels were installed horizontally as soffit linings along the boardwalk area for this part of the Sunshine Plaza upgrade.

Corporate House

Project: Corporate House

Architect/Designer: Dovey Architects

Shop-fitter: Image Joinery

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: Horizontal and vertical Gen-Ecolite beams digitally printed in Zebrano style veneer pattern. Beams were back fixed onto Black MDF sheets.

Coco Bliss North Lakes

Project: CocoBliss - Westfield North Lakes

Shop-fitter: Fix It Up

Gen-Eco Product: Digitally printed FC tiles

Project Description: The FC sheets were cut into 300 x 300mm tiles and the Coco Bliss leaf graphic was printed. The tiles were coated with clear polyurethane and then tiled in the same manner as ceramic tiles.

The Lounge & Co

Project: The Lounge & Co

Fabricator: CJ Joinery – Molendinar QLD

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Ecolite beams & posts digitally printed in Weathered Timber Natural

Project Description: Fitout of a hair salon at Newstead QLD. The Ecolite beams provide a lightweight solution for what appears to be heavy sleeper beams but are only a fraction of the weight compared to the real thing which produced a big cost saving.

Westside Private Hospital

Project: Westside Private Hospital

Shop-fitter: Corona Cabinets

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite beams

Project Description: Tasmanian Oak printed onto lightweight Gen-Ecolite beams.

Pimpama City Shopping Centre

Project: Pimpama City Shopping Centre

Architect/Designer: TRG

Builder: Adco Constructions

Gen-Eco Product: Digital print on MDF

Project Description: Specially ‘toned’ Blackbutt timbergrain digitally printed on MDF. The timber pattern was printed vertically (1200mm width) and the panels were VJ grooved at 200mm centres.

Rose City Ceiling

Project: Rose City Shopping Centre Warwick QLD

Architect/Designer: Thomson Adsett

Builder: McConaghy Built

Shop-fitter: Wadsworth Contracting (Stage 1) Arondale Interiors (Stage 2)

Gen-Eco Product: Digitally printed Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF panels

Project Description: Digital timbergrain pattern printed onto hollow-core panels for a striking vertical/horizontal ceiling structure.

Fish Emporium

Project: Fish Emporium

Designer: Space Cubed Design Studio - Southport QLD

Shop-fitter: Clubbar Concepts - Gold Coast

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite beams finished in Formica Sublime Teak

Project Description: Located in the vibrant Capri on the Via Roma retail precent, the Fish Emporium restaurant offers modern, casual, waterfront dining. The beams are a central feature of the alfresco outdoor eating area, which overlooks the water back toward Surfers Paradise.

Coco Bliss Chermside

Project: CocoBliss Chermside Shopping Centre

Architect/Designer: Retail Designers

Shop-fitter: 123 Shopfitting

Gen-Eco Product: Digitally printed CFC tiles

Project Description: 9mm CFC panels were cut into 300 x 300mm tiles and digitally printed with the CocoBliss palm frond graphic. The tiles were coated with anti-graffiti protection and the walls were tiled and grouted in the normal manner. Custom designed tiles for an external application.

Burrito Bar – Holmview

Project: Burrito Bar Holmview

Architect/Designer: Blackbox Retail design

Shop-fitter: Fix It Up Joinery

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Box Beams

Project Description: How do you achieve the look of heavy concrete beams on a ceiling? The answer is Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite panels manufactured into a hollow box beam. The Balsa/MDF panels were digitally printed with the concrete image and then machined into a hollow box beam. The look of a concrete beam without the weight and associated cost.

QLD X-Ray, Bowen Hills

Project: QLD X-Ray, Bowen Hills

Designer: Phillips Smith Conwell

Installer: Top Knot Carpentry

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Aluminium Beam with Imagery (Group 1 Fire Rating)

Project Description: This project required a Group 1 Fire Rated product – the solution, imagery on aluminium beams and posts.

Scottish Pacific

Project: Scottish Pacific Offices

Shop-fitter: Woodland Shopfitting

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite beams

Project Description: Gen-Ecolite beams digitally printed with Spotted Gum. These beams were custom-shaped to create a smooth, consistent ceiling curve in addition to the large, round down lights.

Pottsville Beach Public School

Project: Pottsville Beach Public School

Architect: Conrad Gargett

Installer: Ideal Commercial NSW

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Hoop Pine Digital Print on CFC Panels (Group 1 Fire Rating)

Project Description: This project required a Group 1 Fire Rated product for soffit linings. As traditional plywood was not acceptable, the solution was to digitally print Hoop Pine onto CFC panels.

Balsa Veneered Beams Adelaide

Project: Data Action

Architect/Designer: JPE Design Studio

Builder: Shape Group

Shop-fitter: Link Interiors

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Veneered Beams

Project Description: Timber veneer applied to our Gen-Ecolite beams with LED light strips inserted.

Calvary North Adelaide

Project: Calvary North Adelaide

Designer: Wilshire Swain

Installer: Rayjon Visual Communications

Caninet Maker: Parma Cabinets

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Group 1 Digitally Printed Eco-Acoustic Panel

Project Description: A custom printed Graphic has been supplied for this project on a pinable Group 1 fire rated acoustic panel.

Sunny Queen Eggs Reception

Project: Sunny Queen Eggs Reception

Architect/Designer: Multi Span Australia

Builder: Multi Span Australia

Gen-Eco Product: Digital printing on large Balsa core door

Project Description: Digital printing in a textured timbergrain on a large Balsa core door for board room feature.

Michael Hill Melbourne

Project: Michael Hill Bourke St Melbourne

Architect/Designer: Michael Hill In House Design

Shop-fitter: Woodland Shopfitting Brisbane

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: Walnut toned woodgrain digitally printed onto Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams.

Toombul Beams

Project: Toombul Shopping Centre Upgrade

Builder: Mainbrace

Shop-fitter: Farrago Interiors

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: 75mm thick Gen-Ecolite beams were digitally printed in a timbergrain to match Western Red Cedar. The eight metre long beams were produced using 2 x 2.400 and 1 x 3.600mm joined together. Farrago Interiors manufactured a bracket to allow the cross beams to join on the booker rod intersections.

Theiss Head Office

Project: Theiss Head Office – Southbank QLD

Architect/Designer: Priority Design

Shop-fitter: In2 Joinery – Hillcrest QLD

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Beams

Project Description: The ceilings are a major focal point of this fit-out and our Gen-Ecolite Beams were digitally toned to a colour that blended perfectly with carpets, furniture and fittings, which is one of many of the unique advantages of choosing Gen-Eco EWP products for your project.

TC Beirne

Project: TC Beirne Refurbishment - Brisbane

Architect/Designer: The Buchan Group - Brisbane

Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: The lightweight advantages of Ecolite Balsa beams came to the for on this project with the beams being installed at a height of over 8 metres. QLD Walnut digital print specially ‘toned’ to the architect’s requirements.

Queensland X-Ray, Gold Coast Airport

Project: Queensland X-Ray, Gold Coast Airport

Designer: Phillips Smith Conwell

Installer: TPA Furniture Brisbane Pty Ltd.

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Ecolite beams

Project Description: Gen-Eco Ecolite beams were specifically toned to match all other joinery elements, with the end caps digitally 'curved' to create a more realistic appearance of natural timber.

Kiaan Health Foods

Project: Kiaan Health Foods

Shop-fitter: Woodland Shopfitting

Gen-Eco Product: 75mm Gen-Ecolite Balsa/MDF Composite Beams

Project Description: Chunky 75mm thick beams printed in a rough sawn Oak timbergrain.

Burger Urge Rockhampton

Project: Burger Urge Rockhampton

Architect/Designer: Burger Urge

Shop-fitter: Trademarc

Gen-Eco Product: Digitally printed plywood panels

Project Description: The 'look' of aged and distressed recycled timber printed onto CD grade plywood. Cost saving in installion time as the panels can be installed quicker than individual pieces of timber.

USC Moreton Bay

Project: USC Moreton Bay

Fabricator: HPP Group

Installer: Superior Walls & Ceilings

Gen-Eco Product: Gen-Eco Birch Plywood

Project Description: This project required a high grade decorative plywood for ceiling and wall panelling. The solution was our A faced Birch plywood which was used for both solid and perforated panels.

1 King William Street, Adelaide

Project: 1 King William Street, Adelaide

Architect/Designer: IA Group

Builder: Mossop Construction

Shop-fitter: Spry & Spry

Gen-Eco Product: Balsa/MDF Veneered Panels

Project Description: Balsa/MDF with rustic veneer applied and processed into angled profiles along with LED light strips inserted.

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