QAQ Sample Projects
QAQ Decorative & Privacy, Screens & Panels have taken part in many Commercial and Domestic (Residential) projects. In most cases, we have worked alongside many builders and landscapers to produce breathtaking structures that encapsulate our philosophy of “A Screen for every space and every place.”
Whilst Decorative screens and partitions are our core business, we also do void infills, gates, exterior facades, cladding, and decorative art for landscape installations & architecture.
We are the largest manufacturer of Decorative Screens and Panels within Australia. We are a wholesale manufacturer with a vast, National Distribution network. We distribute to both large chain and boutique businesses and cater to the needs of their markets with either standard or exclusive designs, as required. If you require an installation service, we offer a service to cater for all project requirements. If you have any questions in regards to installation or our screens, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
Love it Landscapes - Sunbury 1
Developer: Love it Landscapes
Location: Sunbury, Victoria [Not Currently On Display]
Job Completed: Early 2017
Screens Used: QAQ Pretoria 70% Blockout, Aluminium Composite [PVDF MATTE BLACK]
What the developers have to say:
“This client wanted a landscaping design that looked stylish and eye-catching and allowed space for entertaining family and friends. Functionality was extremely important and part of the brief was to include an outdoor food prep area.
In the design, we included a custom made BBQ area consisting of a blue stone bench top, merbau doors and rendered walls. To maximise space we included a merbau bench seat and lighting for night time ambiance. The pergola and screens were designed to give privacy as well as landscaping flair. Granite pavers complete this sophisticated design.”
Metricon Homes - Salamanca 37
Developer: Metricon Homes
Location: Greenhills Beach, NSW [Not currently on display]
Screens used: QAQ Kyoto- 50% Blockout, MDF 2 Pack Painted Matte White
Metricon’s Salamanca 37, Neatly makes the best use of a 12.5 m homesite. The Salamanca 37 offers four large living areas including a delightful, light-filled leisure room in which QAQ Kyoto has been utilised as a room dividing screen. QAQ Kyoto offers a 50% block out rating which is ideal for partitioning rooms and creating low levels of privacy. In this particular application, the “Kyoto” also functions as “Wall Art”. Whilst the house has been designed around key elements of modern contemporary living, The inclusion of the “Kyoto” adds a certain level classic oriental design which really differentiates from the norm and really adds striking impact to the living room of the house.
Markscon - The Baie, Brighton
Completion Date: October 2016
Drawing inspiration from Art Deco elements, The Baie is an exclusive multiple townhouse project in Brighton, designed by local architect Nicholas Wright. The finalised version incorporated the QAQ Valencia design which has a 60% Blockout Rating which has been modularly cladded to create a contemporary facade.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and with just a hint of deco, this modern home is designed to impress while being private and maintenance-free. At their heart lies a magnificent circular staircase spanning all three floors and offers easy access from the basement level, which features parking for three cars, a private gym and cinema.