Solutions for entering, using and moving around apartment and office buildings.
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ArGeTon Clay Facade Cladding, as distributed by Stellaria, has been used to stunning effect in the interior of Casselden Place, an A-grade office tower in Melbourne.
Architect Jose Gutierrez specified a selection of Autex products for consumer demand agency TRA at its workplace inside the historic Quay Building, located on 106-108 Quay Street, Auckland.
Juralco provided their 350 Series Interior Doors for this new Tauranga home, to simultaneously separate living areas and to maintain the home's aesthetic flow.
Designed to improve thermal performance of carpark ceilings with residential dwellings above, Mammoth airlay friction fitted Carpark Panels, are not only functional but aesthetically pleasing.
CS NewYorker and CS TimberFormed Cavity Slider by CS For Doors opens up space without sacrificing the need for privacy.
A multi-building and multi-storey residential location in Wellington uses colour to help residents and visitors find their way around the complex.
A range of solutions designed to lessen the impact of mobility impairment, help maintain independence and support the physical and social integration of our ageing population.
As our smartphones get smaller and our appetite for electronic solutions grows, we are also demanding more from it in our homes. In this edition we take a look at some of the products that can improve the security, accessibility or comfort of our homes.
Products that meet the rigorous requirements of commercial spaces and enable specifiers to create interesting and exciting designs.