The Edge Lamerra is a popular balustrading option right now and is going in on more social housing projects. Lamerra is a balustrading system that provides sturdy construction, partial privacy from the outside world, and transparency when viewing from the balcony.
The system is also highly adaptable — meaning that when requirements change, the system can adapt with them. Much like the balustrade installation at Bari Lane, Mangere where the Lamerra system was used for both public and private spaces, and in the case of breezeways it was required to have solid infill panels. For private balconies, the standard perforated Lamerra panels were installed. The system allows tenants to see outward, while those looking up from below or at a distance will have an obscured view. This is due to the refined design of the perforations; in both spacing and size and makes it perfect for giving privacy to tenants relaxing outside or drying their washing.
The 1.6mm-thick perforated (punched) screens of Lamerra create a robust and low maintenance system, and with a range of powder-coat colours and five handrail styles, the system can be designed to create unique looks in high-density spaces.
Lamerra isn’t just for social housing projects either — the panel design leaves little complexity aesthetically, making Lamerra a great choice for contemporary architecture. It's a popular choice for medium and high-density townhouses that require some privacy from neighbours and a design that won’t crowd the architecture of the buildings.