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Viable housing for low-income people is a world-wide issue of our times. In Wellington the city is committed to a rejuvenation of its social housing programme, including the redevelopment of Regent Park.
Mould and bacteria are one of the common enemies in New Zealand homes. Dampness and residue on walls can contribute to nasty health concerns for Kiwi families, like asthma and allergies, and can also mean houses age well before their time.
Available now for download from the New Zealand Wood Products Ltd website, is the newly released, feature packed, I-Built Hyne HD7 Design software for the design of NZWOOD’s I-Built engineered timber mid-floors and structural Hyne LGL beams.
Louvretec Opening Roofs and operable Sun Louvre systems demonstrate more than just good blade design.
Imagine if you could make a curved, solid timber banister/handrail for a spiral staircase just by bending wood. Well, that’s exactly what Woodform was able to do for the fit-out of the offices of media conglomerate Bauer in Auckland’s Shed 12 development.
Pacific Build Supply announces the New Zealand release of SYSTEMFLOOR, an innovative new heavy-duty flooring substrate from the Etex Group.
The award winning ASB North Wharf building, designed in conjunction with leading architects BVN Donavan and Jazmax embodies a number of innovative and environmentally sustainable strategies including Asona's fabric acoustic panels.
Forman's new range of panel lights has an extremely low profile at only 8mm in thickness, perfect for commercial ceiling systems where ceiling cavity space is limited.
ASSA ABLOY New Zealand now provides architects and their clients an environment they can visit by appointment and experience its wide range of door and window hardware solutions.
Often carpet tiles are installed as if they were a roll of carpet, one tile after the next creating a checkerboard effect. But used imaginatively, carpet tiles offer unlimited design possibilities.
Hand washing just got a whole lot more hygienic, with energy efficiency and temperature control all in one smart-looking mixer.
Following Laminex New Zealand’s launch of the Laminam exterior cladding system last month, Laminam is now able to offer its New Zealand customers an innovative self-cleaning treatment called Hydrotect.
Escea indoor gas fireplaces can now be remotely operated via the internet or smartphone — with pinpoint accuracy anytime, from anywhere.
Due to market demand, Potter Interior Systems has devised yet another design solution which allows integration of cable trunking into internal partition walls.
The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer washes and dries hands safely and efficiently with no need to leave the sink.
James Hardie’s new ARChitectural range of commercial pre-finished products offers outstanding durability and supports the creation of enduring architecture.
The entire Trespa Meteon product range is now available in FSC and PEFC certification upon request.
Call it retro or call it historical richness but brilliant yellows, pumpkin oranges and tomato reds are the accent colours of the season. Mix them with pretty pastels for a colourful balance and you have the hottest colour trends for 2014.
Once there was just laminated glass – a safety glass used in automotive windscreens and human impact safety glazing applications, such as doors. The interlayer was known as PVB, or plastic, as no one could remember its real name.
Melteca, New Zealand’s biggest selling pre-decorated panel, celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, and to mark the occasion Laminex New Zealand has launched a fabulous new range of colours bringing the total number of decors in the range to 94.
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