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Designed to secure commercial and residential doors, the revolutionary Interlock COBALT by ASSA ABLOY overcomes the two biggest challenges currently faced in concealed electric locking; the ability to pull in a misaligned door and the ability to release under excessive side-load pressure when requested.
Acoustic Plus lightweight soft-fibre ceiling tiles by Ecoplus Systems offer an ideal solution in earthquake zones.
Aesthetics and function come together on The Strand in Tauranga with Trespa Meteon Slats.
A new library in the sunny north is taking maximum advantage of available solar energy to generate a proportion of its electricity requirements and set the standard for energy-efficient heating and cooling in a public building.
Architectural Metalformers (previously the Copper Roofing Company) has successfully completed the conical shaped roof to the new ASB head office.
On 1 October 2013 the International VELUX Award will open for registration for the 2014 edition.
Distributed in New Zealand by PSP Limited, the Décor Satin range of acrylic sheet, has quickly established itself in the building and interior design industry for its quality, durability and innovative colour range.
Modulyss introduces dBack; sound absorbing carpet tile backing.
The benefits of using lightweight cladding materials in seismic regions are obvious. Combine this knowledge with a system that has been designed in New Zealand to allow seismic movement, you have a unique solution for commercial facades.
Whether its repainting earthquake damaged buildings or applying paint systems to new buildings in earthquake prone areas, Resene has a range of paint and coating systems to suit.
Discover an architecturally designed home that is about building better and being affordable.
Industry testing is crucial for assessing the performance of architectural products but nothing provides assurance like a real life test.
Two efficient Escea gas fires provide a warm, comforting respite from chilly Otago nights.
Forman Building Systems introduces the new and improved Armstrong Seismic Design Guide.
Nu-Wall has been tested by BRANZ under conditions of simulated seismic activity.
GRC (Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete) is an internationally proven product for building facades with seismic considerations.
Building seismic resilience with the strength of steel.
Given the position of suspended ceilings (above our heads), it is imperative they are designed to resist the seismic forces of a building and must be installed correctly to ensure both the safety of the occupants and minimise repair post earthquake.
Over the past 30 years, Manufacturing Suppliers Limited (MSL) has been at the forefront of supplying steel hardware to the building, construction and engineering sectors throughout New Zealand.
The Immigrants Exhibition, Voyager New Zealand National Maritime Museum by The Letter Q was the winner of the Display and Product Award in the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013.
There were two winners in the Residential Interior category of the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013. Arty Art Deco by Eucalyptus Design and Interiors won the Residential Interior Colour Creativity Award and Victorian Terrace by Lick Light and Colour won the Residential Interior Award.
There were two winners in the Nightingale category of the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013. Newtown Park Apartments by Studio of Pacific Architecture won the Nightingale Maestro Award and the Regent Theatre Development by Oakley Gray Architects won the Nightingale Award.
Nanette Cameron won the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013.
Newtown Park Apartments by Studio of Pacific Architecture was the winner of the Residential Exterior category in the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013.
There were three winners in the Education category of the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013. Two projects won the Education Maestro Award; Papakowhai School by Vorstermans Architects Limited and Sacred Heart College Performing Arts Centre by Opus Architecture. Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts, Massey University by Athfield Architects Limited won the Education Award.
There were two winners in the Commercial Interior Public and Retail Space category in the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013. Ronald McDonald House by Honour Creative won the Commercial Interior Maestro Award and The Cube Wodonga by Williams Ross Architects won the Commercial Interior Public and Retail Space Award.
Resene has a long history of colour in New Zealand with colours like Resene Spanish White and Resene Pearl Lusta created over four decades ago still continuing to be top choices for designers today. With thousands of Resene colours available, the Resene Total Colour Awards was created to celebrate and encourage outstanding creative and excellent use of colour.
Alpers Dental by Lovelace & Co was the winner of the Commercial Interior Office category in the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013.
There were two winners in the Commercial Exterior category of the Resene Total Colour Awards 2013. Flaxmere Public Toilets by Citrus Studio Architecture won the Commercial Exterior Maestro Award and Site 7 Auckland Airport by Eclipse Architecture won the Commercial Exterior Award.
Teaming the latest product developments with emerging international trends and the unique demands of the New Zealand market, Laminex New Zealand has introduced 14 new design-leading decors to the Laminex HPL range, including the introduction of the new Spark finish.
Inspired by some of the world’s most beautiful natural marble, Caesarstone’s Supernatural designs represent the four newest additions to the Classico collection, all with a unique blend of earthy tones and delicate infused veins.