W2 Architects draw inspiration from the bright striking colours of the kōwhai flower for a house in the hills of Canterbury.
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The home, inspired by a shearing shed, features custom windows from Altherm's Residential Series ThermalHEART.
The Futurewood Decking provided a low maintenance, easy clean option for the homeowners with the durability needed to withstand the home's coastal environment.
Products and systems designed to effectively support buildings.
Woodspan’s time-saving PLT midfloor panels provide excellent spanning capability and fire resistance in a prefabricated system ready for installation on site.
The use of cavity sliders gives this newly renovated home an open plan layout and creates more space.
KOROK systems exceed MDH acoustic requirements of STC >55, with systems offering acoustic ratings up to STC 69.
The owners of Dunedin’s Greggs Building wanted an elevator as unique as the lovingly restored historic building. A customisable Powerglide E Series Elevator provided the blank canvas they were after.
The same sleek, sophisticated bowl design with straight-skirted sides is now available as Wall Faced.
With neighbours close by, Louvretec’s sliding shutters and louvre panels provide welcomed privacy and weather control to medium density dwellings.
Resene is offering specifiers, designers and wallpaper lovers the chance to design their own wallpaper, with over $10,000 in prizes to be won across three categories.
Solatube SolaMaster Daylighting Units deliver natural daylight through false windows for internal rooms of this 76-room boutique hotel.
Futurebuild LVL, together with industry partners, have developed structural systems to suit short and large span flooring solutions for medium density housing, including offering both acoustic attenuation and fire resistance ratings.
Not only is spray foam insulation an effective insulation product for keeping homes warm and dry, it also increases wall strength.
J-Frame by Juken New Zealand provides significant time-savings on site, making it a smart choice for medium density housing.
Cosentino shares seven styling tips for creating light and airy Scandi-style kitchens.
Hibond 80 zinc-coated steel flooring was the preferred flooring for The Rise, a multi-level development in Auckland’s forested hill suburb of Titirangi.
EFAFLEX car park doors are designed with versatility in mind, with designers able to select different dimensions, materials and colours to suit the architectural appearance of any building.
59 France Street is a striking building with a timeless blend of late 1940’s warehouse and contemporary architecture, constructed in durable and honest materials.
Stonefields is a NZGBC 5 Star Greenstar certified school which has not disappointed with the selection of Trespa Meteon Cladding which is available with PEFC or FSC certification.
By specifying Sanifast SWH190 Grey Water Pumps, the design team could incorporate basins throughout the space without needing to install additional waste pipes.
The largest student accommodation facility at the University of Canterbury (UC) has recently been completed using an extensive facade based on the 125mm Flushglaze system from APL Window Solutions.
Waikato Innovation Park’s new Hub Building features Kingspan’s Dri-Design aluminium rainscreen facade cassettes to stunning effect.
Over the past few years, Simpson Strong-Tie has led the introduction of specific heavier duty connectors and ATS components required for timber mid-rise and MDH developments to the NZ market.
Engineered timber provides a stronger, safer, premium structural solution for medium density housing.
The new CertainTeed XT25 profile offers a similar look to Viking's Highland Slate profile at a more affordable price.
The new pitch-ready ridge capping by Roofing Industries can be manufactured to meet any roof pitch, saving time on site and providing superior aesthetics.
When in search of a suitable wall underlay, be sure to select a product with performance criteria which meets or exceeds the NZBC standards for a particular application.
Extra-long sheets, a double coating of ColorCote AlumiGard X and a concealed nylon clip fixing system ensure this roof will perform admirably for decades.
A two-person team can install up to 25m² of Dincel wall every hour resulting in up to a 50% reduction in construction time.
Moddex is New Zealand’s leading manufacturer of innovative handrail and balustrade systems for large-scale infrastructure and non-residential construction projects.
The Speedfloor Suspended Concrete Flooring System offers high performance for medium density design, along with improved efficiency through reduced lead times and made-to-order solutions.