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Skyscrapers’ rooftops are great places to admire the city landscape, but they can be made even more cosy with an outdoor fireplace to provide warmth and mesmerising charm of gas flames. Have a look at this Escea EF5000 fireplace on the top of Telecom building in Wellington.
The Resene Architecture and Design Film Festival, in conjunction with Rialto Cinemas, is running again in May and June 2013, with a smorgasbord of design movies for you to enjoy.
The excellent insulation properties, high mechanical strengths, chemical resistance and zero water absorption of ACO's polycrete pits makes them ideal as electrical and communications enclosures.
The NZ Green Building Council now awards credits for the use of Best Practice PVC in Green Star-rated commercial buildings. Marley is one of only manufacturers in New Zealand to gain independent certification that its range of PVC products meets these Best Practice guidelines.
Powdercoating provides a sustainable option for those who need a durable finish to their interiors – and it’s no longer limited to metal surfaces. These days it can also be applied to non-metal surfaces such as plywood, MDF and plasterboard.
Inspired by today’s ‘now, now, now’ culture, the Dulux Blur palette reflects the frantic, fast-paced motion of our technology-driven world - a world where brands battle for attention, where experiences are instant, senses are engaged and colour is used to excite and enthrall.
James Hardie has a range of external cladding products which are suitable for use where non-combustible cladding materials are required as per section 5.8.1 of Acceptable Solutions of ‘Protection from Fire’ Clause-C of NZBC in high density design.
Masons Plastabrick's Enviro AAC is a lightweight aerated 75 mm thick concrete panel suitable for second- and or third-level flooring.
With a definite shift in the current New Zealand building market, there is a real need for more apartments, mixed housing and high-rise buildings over the coming years.
With the expected increase in construction of high-density living spaces and apartment dwellings, the focus for design is going to be on smaller, more functional living spaces. These types of living spaces typically require clever layout to appear more spacious than they really are, leaving no room for clumsy designs or space-hungry product.
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