How designers and builders can create reasonably priced housing, without compromising on quality.
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Social housing is a large part of the affordable housing puzzle which requires some “outside the box thinking,” such as this solution — using an aluminium security screening product to create a cost-effective balustrade.
Used by PanelLock for 20 years, the Triboard Construction Wall System can save on time and material costs.
The self-adhesive membrane/underlay from Pro Clima provides a continuous water and wind-tight WRB (weather-resistive barrier) behind the outer cladding/rain-screen layer of the Westlight Apartments in West Auckland.
By minimising utility costs, an affordable house can become a truly affordable home.
Cavity Sliders provide creative solutions for making use of available space in multi-residential dwellings.
Metrotile’s pressed metal tiles can help with project efficiency, maximising resources, transport, space and the lifetime value of projects.
PAVEEZZI SPC Flooring is a low maintenance acoustic and waterproof flooring system that provides a cost-effective alternative to vinyl, linoleum, solid timber and engineered wood flooring.
Viking Roofspec's WarmSpan system protects the structure of Life Box — part of an initiative by Architecture & Interiors to raise funds for charity.
Porotherm clay block construction can start at a build/m² rate of $2,500 and can help minimise ongoing maintenance costs.
The QwickBuild Exterior Flooring system saves time on site.