How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Décortech works with architects to design the perfect acoustic panel solutions and ensures that no compromises are made to meet the requirements of multi-storey buildings.
Neoflex recycled rubber and carpet tiles from Advance Flooring are ideal floor coverings for noise reduction.
pro clima INTELLO PLUS was installed between batten layers to ensure there was no condensation in the wall profile.
Leading nationwide balustrade provider, Provista Balustrade Systems, has installed semi-frameless glass balustrades to 15 masonry decks of a new apartment development in Hillcrest, Hamilton.
Potter Interior Systems proudly supplied a range of quality products and proven solutions to the University of Auckland’s Waipārūrū Hall, a new student accommodation campus for over 786 students, now the largest catered school leaver hall in New Zealand.
The Metra Construction Panel wall and ceiling system has been installed on 50 retirement villas in the Woodlands complex, helping to improve efficiency and meet the demands of a tight construction programme.
Featuring grey veins and subtle gold flecks the Silestone Eternal Calacatta Gold benchtop adds freshness and detail to this state-of-the-art kitchen.
The Raupiano Plus Acoustic Plumbing and Drainage System was chosen to replace the 18 floor vertical waste stack of this central Auckland building.
The non-combustible AliBuild A2 Plus system in a custom sparkling white colour provided high performance, low maintenance cladding for the Latimer Apartments.
The prefinished Birch Elite ply in ultra-matt clear was chosen for classroom joinery and extensive wall lining throughout the gym, changing rooms and bathroom facilities.
Inspired by the log homes in Whistler and Colorado, this dramatic Central Otago home embodies the idea of a hunting lodge, complete with roaring Spartherm wood fire.
From the street, this 2016 Hamilton house reads as an intriguing mystery box — no windows to speak of, and if there are vehicles at home they’re parked out of sight.
First Windows and Doors, including extra tall 3-panel APL Architectural Series sliders, feature in this centre designed by CASA.
This ground-breaking product is an aesthetically pleasing and practical solution to increasingly stringent fire regulations for commercial and public buildings, including restaurants and schools.