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12 2019

The Insider: Q&A Session With The Boss

By |2019-05-12T10:27:48+00:00May 12th, 2019|Architecture, Construction, Landscape Design, News, Renovations Brisbane, Residential Shade Solutions, Shade Sails, Shade Sails Brisbane, The Insider, Waterproof Sails Brisbane|

On Friday, we sat down with Modiform’s director Dayne Hall and asked a few of the most common questions asked of our our customers. Here’s what he had to say... Commonly Asked Questions Where can I attach my shade sail?

12 2019

The Insider: What to look for in a quality shade sail

By |2019-07-15T22:41:50+00:00May 12th, 2019|Architecture, Commercial Shade Sails, Construction, Landscape Design, News, Renovations Brisbane, Residential Shade Solutions, Shade Sails, Shade Sails Brisbane, The Insider, Waterproof Sails Brisbane|

Shade sails are a great alternative solution that creates usable, functional spaces outside of the home, and like most things in life, have a huge margin of varying qualities within the industry. Below, you will discover all you need to know and ask that

19 2019

Shade Of The Art – Gainsborough Greens Shade Sails

By |2019-03-31T01:36:52+00:00March 19th, 2019|Architecture, Commercial Shade Sails, Construction, Landscape Design, News, Shade Sails Brisbane, Waterproof Sails Brisbane|

Working alongside Playscape Creation, Modiform have recently completed Playscape's set of custom designed shade – inspired by the Gabba Stadium’s design – which is an art form in itself. This gorgeous installation protect the “play island” where different age groups and abilities explore and

7 2015

Chinchilla Botanic Parklands: Water Play Shade Sails

By |2019-03-31T01:20:41+00:00December 7th, 2015|Architecture, Commercial Shade Sails, Construction, Landscape Design, News, Shade Sails Brisbane, Waterproof Sails Brisbane|

Working alongside Playscape Creation, Modiform have recently completed a set of architecturally designed shade sails as part of the Chinchilla Botanic Parklands, a $5.9 million project co-funded by the Western Downs Regional Council and the Queensland Government. Water Play Honouring Chinchilla’s iconic