How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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The new Focus Panel from T&R Interior Systems was used to create butterflies and foliage at the colourful exhibition at Auckland War Memorial Museum – Tamaki Paenga Hira.
Marley Stratus Design Series Typhoon spouting and RP80 downpipes in Copper complement the cedar home and withstand the area’s rough winds and sea air.
Resilmount Sound Isolation Mounts were used to prevent noise and vibration in lecture theatres and music halls at Hong Bang University, Vietnam.
Speedfloor’s Transportable Concrete Floor System is a key component of PARKD’s modular demountable car park, recently installed at City Subaru in Perth.
Potter Interior Systems help to deliver architectural excellence with their range of A Series aluminium partitions.
Guardian Anti-Graffiti Paint provides an eye-catching solution to graffiti vandalism.
Resco colour and toughness add style and enjoyment to match new pool at Wanaka Recreation Centre.
For a client looking for a different look to chrome, Mico Design specified Phoenix Vivid Slimline tapware in Gun Metal.
A modern farmhouse nestled on a ridge overlooking a secluded South Auckland valley exemplifies the use of Litecrete lightweight precast and vertical timber cladding.
HardieGroove Lining is used throughout the pub on the walls, doors, ceilings, and soffits, while HardiePanel Compressed Sheets was specified as structural flooring in wet and dry areas.