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The new ARChitectural range of commercial pre-finished products by James Hardie offers outstanding durability and supports the creation of enduring architecture. The range features ChromaShield™ technology, the combination of a series of advanced and durable coatings with James Hardie cement-composite substrates that also have as its core DNA.
Blum teamed up with Dick Frizzell to create a new design element for its TANDEMBOX intivo drawer.
Metrix introduces minimalist style with the inclusion of black in their latest range of bathroomware designs.
Glass Vice Products offers a range of frameless glass solutions for hotels, bars, restaurants, shopping malls, schools, airports or any other public place.
The new Laminam CS45 Cavity Facade System from Laminex New Zealand combines porcelain panels with an aluminium cladding system, offering a durable and lightweight solution for commercial building exteriors.
The new Lone Star Dunedin takes the sense of cosiness and warmth that permeates the restaurant atmosphere and gives it a physical manifestation in the shape of four Escea gas fireplaces — both indoors and outdoors.
Interlock’s new Elevation system is an easy way to control the opening and closing of windows, with a simple touch screen.
From the moment they enter a building, customers begin assessing their overall experience and while there are many factors to consider, a clean, dry, safe floor certainly creates a good first impression.
A narrow building platform enforced by geotechnical requirements proved a design benefit for Auckland architect, Stephen Smith, of S3 Architects Ltd, in an eye-catching home at Te Hana north of Auckland.
Ignite Architects and the team at Mico Design worked closely on the concept, planning and design specifications for the bathroom fixtures at The Base Mall in Hamilton.
Designed by Resene for HermanPacific, Wood-X wood oil penetrates deeply into previously uncoated exterior timber products such as Western Red Cedar weatherboards, fascia boards, beams and mouldings.
Christchurch Hospital suffered considerable damage during the Canterbury earthquakes, seriously compromising services and operating capacity. The Canterbury District Health Board last year reported 17 buildings and 9000 rooms were affected across all facilities.
Known for consistently high performance, NZWOOD J-Planks manufactured by JNL are an ideal choice for any tube-and-clip scaffolding system.
Vauxhall Café in Milford is the sister café of Devonport's Vauxhall Café. Their brief called for a design that would not alter the physical structure of the existing space, but would completely change the aesthetic through the use of colour in a cost effective way.
Create an architecturally desirable and functional retail environment with Louvretec opening roofs, sun louvres or shutters.
Have you ever wondered how feature ceilings are created in retail environments? Potter Interior Systems has the answer.
Acoustic Plus sound absorbing cloud panels provide an effective and immediate solution for a busy Central Otago Café.
COLORSTEEL is now available in seven new, architecturally inspired colours.
The Philips StylID range of luminaires combines LED technology and optical systems with stylish designs, making them perfect for retail lighting applications.
The new Armstrong Metal Baffle system gives architects and designers a flexible, linear, 3 dimensional ceiling solution that screens the open plenum.
When designing bathrooms for small spaces take a look at LEAP’s Freshflow, an innovative space-saving wastewater system.
As composite decking gains a foothold in the New Zealand market, here is a close look at how it performs compared to traditional hardwoods.
James Hardie’s new ARChitectural range of internal pre-finished linings achieves the best possible fire hazard properties classification of "Group 1-S".
When it comes to acoustic performance, only carpet automatically complies with Australian building regulations — with no requirement to produce acoustic testing evidence. However, floor covering trends have changed in recent years, with resilient or hard flooring preferred to carpet in many homes.
Stainless steel has always been and continues to be a hot favourite finish for most kitchen appliances. However, many people are frustrated by the fact that the standard chrome finish can sometimes appear wrong amongst surrounding brushed finishes.
For commercial and retail interiors that are beautiful as well as practical, Laminex New Zealand has the perfect solutions.
Peter Fell scoured the globe to bring you the brightest, most vibrant colours possible in concrete.