How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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The beautiful Terca St Ives Cream Rustica brings texture and sophistication to the interior of this Hamilton home.
Innovative ideas and First Windows & Doors made this prefabricated prototype so appealing its designers moved in.
Plymasters Beam Smoked Oak Veneer adds texture and depth to the Rowsons Kitchen & Joinery showroom.
With Asona, designers have a wide range of ceiling options to choose from, including lay-in ceiling tile with wood prints, open-cell mesh panels, floating cloud panels, perforated panels and more.
Known for using their glulaminated timber to create unique spaces that bring communities together, Techlam NZ were the ideal structural component supplier for Green School NZ.
A blower door test was performed and the home achieved an airtightness level of 1.3 ACH (air changes per hour).
Shaw carpet tiles, Nora and Regupol Rubber flooring, and Tredsafe safety nosings were used to create a welcoming space for Christchurch's Tūranga library.
A complex Vantage facade that featured twisting aluminium sun control fins added an extra sparkle to a prize-winning Tauranga building.
The gloss black finish worked beautifully with the light grey weatherboards while providing the durability required for the coastal location.
Establish visual focus using natural light and decorative pendant fixtures or other materials.
Closed following the 2011 earthquakes, the Christchurch Town Hall reopened in 2019 following a major strengthening and restoration project.
The new Otsumigaki Japanese-inspired clay/lime plaster creates a smooth, tactile finish for UBS' workspace in central Auckland.