How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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An adjustable louvre system from Louvretec can reduce the energy used for heating and cooling by capitalising on the sun’s energy.
A low-energy underfloor heating system from Hot Water Heat Pumps has provided a comfortable long-term solution for this Coatesville home.
The elegant Solar-Rib roofing profile has been integrated well into the landscape of this Waiheke Island home.
A Provista 'Villa' Framed Balustrade with a Euro handrail provided a safe and stylish option for the new Educare Childcare centre in Auckland.
The development, which is being supplied by local Vantage Windows manufacturer, Finer Aluminium, spreads out over 48 hectares and is nestled among hundreds of mature trees planted long ago to give hospital residents rest and repose in a pastoral setting.
Muros veneer panels can be used to create curved walls, ceilings and counters — such as those featured in this recent hospitality project at Auckland International Airport.
Saturn Horizon switchgear complements the dark colour scheme of the home while Saturn Horizon USB chargers ensure efficient and convenient charging for the family of six.
The StoTherm Masonry Insulation System contributes to the exceptional thermal performance of Aorangi House — a refurbished 12-storey 1970’s building which now uses around 64% less energy than the average commercial office.
The Apricus Solar Hot Water System was chosen to reduce dependence on natural gas at Te Ao Nui — a sustainable IL4 building in Manawatū-Wanganui.
Located in North Canterbury, Gibbon House demonstrates that Passive House performance is not beyond the reach of first home buyers.
Plytech’s hard-wearing and aesthetically-pleasing ply products were an easy choice for furniture, cabinetry and shelving throughout Canopy Cancer Care’s new clinic in Takapuna.