Blair Johnston, Principal and Executive Director of Warren & Mahoney Auckland, worked closely with Decortech to design a custom perforation for the MIT Manukau & Transport Interchange project to bring his vision to life while meeting the acoustic requirements needed for such a large space.
The Decortech panels were a main interior feature and the custom pattern designed for MIT brought the architect's unique vision into the building. Decortech’s expertise was able to ensure the design stayed within the budget for the project, ensuring Blair's vision could come to life.
“We worked collaboratively with Decortech to develop a bespoke perforation pattern within standard production parameters," explains Blair. "I was impressed with their ability to respond to our initial brief and ultimately with the built realisation of a simple idea.”
Decortech has a proven track record of being able to deliver the big projects and MIT was no exception, with over 2500 Decortech panels manufactured for the project. Decortech believes quality is paramount and works hard to ensure all panels meet high standards in tight project timeframes.
Attentive to the architects brief, Decortech delivers large scale commercial projects and has the track record, expertise and capabilities that has earned it the trust of leading NZ Architects.
The finished project is a stunning interior space that meets the needs of the client as well as the decorative, acoustic and fire retardant requirements. The Southland Maple Beech Veneer brings warmth into the large space as well as form and function.