Brands and products with sustainable credentials.
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Dulux’s sustainability approach helps create better places and spaces for future generations.
An adjustable louvre system from Louvretec can reduce the energy used for heating and cooling by capitalising on the sun’s energy.
A low-energy underfloor heating system from Hot Water Heat Pumps has provided a comfortable long-term solution for this Coatesville home.
Most of Winstone Wallboards' waste from manufacture is either recycled or composted for agricultural use.
SPS Building is proud to offer one of the most sustainable yet durable timber alternatives on the market: INNOWOOD
It takes attention to detail and big-picture thinking to tread an environmentally responsible path when making timber-based laminates
With a fully sustainable product range, Techlam can provide custom solutions with glulaminated timber, such as for the Green School NZ project currently underway in Taranaki.
The Solar Impulse Foundation has selected Solatube as one of 1000 Efficient Solutions Worldwide.
Wide-ranging sustainability initiatives continue to be driven through the existing operations of APL Window Solutions. These supplement special features being included in the design and construction of the major new company facility taking shape at Hautapu, near Cambridge.
Using VELUX Skylights and VELUX ACTIVE for natural lighting and ventilation is an effective green living solution.
The StoTherm Masonry Insulation System contributes to the exceptional thermal performance of Aorangi House — a refurbished 12-storey 1970’s building which now uses around 64% less energy than the average commercial office.
Sustainable forestry produces innovative wood solutions for an evolving building industry.
The Apricus Solar Hot Water System was chosen to reduce dependence on natural gas at Te Ao Nui — a sustainable IL4 building in Manawatū-Wanganui.
Located in North Canterbury, Gibbon House demonstrates that Passive House performance is not beyond the reach of first home buyers.
Futurebuild Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is a Red List Free engineered timber made from layers of wood veneer, sourced from sustainably-grown New Zealand Radiata Pine.
Stellaria is proud at every level to be partnered with Wienerberger, a company with a central principle to create lasting value by supplying durable and innovative building solutions.
A selection of innovative architectural products that utilise state-of-the-art science and clever engineering to make our built environment that little smarter, more efficient, more sustainable.
Energy-saving products that help reduce energy usage and power bills, while minimising the building's environmental footprint.