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dormakaba Named Among the World's Most Sustainable Companies by TIME Magazine

dormakaba Named Among the World's Most Sustainable Companies by TIME Magazine

Announcement | 9 July 2024

At dormakaba Australia and New Zealand, we are immensely proud to share the news that our organisation globally has been recognised as one of the "World’s Most Sustainable Companies 2024" by TIME magazine.

Announcing Our Corporate Partnership with the Property Council of Australia

Announcing Our Corporate Partnership with the Property Council of Australia

Announcement | 26 June 2024

We are excited to announce that dormakaba Australia has entered into a strategic corporate partnership with the Property Council of Australia.

Enhancing Healthcare Access: Tweed Valley Hospital

Enhancing Healthcare Access: Tweed Valley Hospital

Project | 19 June 2024

The new Tweed Valley Hospital exemplifies modern healthcare excellence. In partnership with Lend Lease, dormakaba provided cutting-edge access solutions, including automatic doors and EntriWorX Insights, ensuring seamless accessibility, functionality, and an inviting environment for all.

Carmody House: A Triumph in Student Accommodation

Carmody House: A Triumph in Student Accommodation

Project | 7 June 2024

Carmody House at the University of Queensland is a beacon of modern student accommodation. In collaboration with architects nettletontribe, dormakaba provided a comprehensive access solution that seamlessly integrates security, convenience, and design.

The Royal Adelaide Hospital: Increased Accessibility Facilitates Coordination of Patients

The Royal Adelaide Hospital: Increased Accessibility Facilitates Coordination of Patients

Project | 1 October 2017

Smart doors and barrier-free access for the hospital of the future. Walking into Royal Adelaide Hospital feels more like entering a hotel than a medical facility, with large windows, single rooms with ensuite bathrooms, artwork, automatic doors, and a restorative courtyard.

RMIT University Melbourne: The New Academic Landscape Architecture – Reinventing Campus Life

RMIT University Melbourne: The New Academic Landscape Architecture – Reinventing Campus Life

Project | 19 August 2017

RMIT University collaborated with five architecture firms and a landscape architect to renovate four older buildings with sub-optimal energy efficiency. The primary goal was to preserve and rejuvenate the existing buildings.