How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Bold entrance matting brings both visual impact and high functionality for Pic’s Peanut Butter World showroom and factory in Stoke, Nelson.
The design team chose Kliplok as a concealed clip fixed roof that offered visually clean lines and low long term maintenance. Made in Colorsteel, Kliplok Flaxpod is safe for harvesting rainwater.
A range of Nuralite’s system solutions were specified on this sustainably-minded Greenhithe home.
Hilton Brown’s Swim School at Hobsonville, with the help of Hot Water Heat Pumps Ltd, is leading the way in reducing the amount of carbon dioxide they produce with their new state of the art facility.
Architecture to enhance the learning environment as an additional teacher was part of the design strategy of Phil Redmond Architecture & Urbanism (PRau) for the Rabbit Patch preschool at Burnside, in Christchurch.
The self-adhesive membrane/underlay from Pro Clima provides a continuous water and wind-tight WRB (weather-resistive barrier) behind the outer cladding/rain-screen layer of the Westlight Apartments in West Auckland.
Metrotile’s pressed metal tiles can help with project efficiency, maximising resources, transport, space and the lifetime value of projects.
MiTek PosiStruts enabled long clear spans, reducing the need for intermediate supports and allowing unobstructed access to ceiling areas for building maintenance.
Brightly coloured Dimond Roofing LT7 was chosen for the wall cladding, while the roof features Dimond Roofing Veedek, creating a bold look for the home.
Viking Roofspec's WarmSpan system protects the structure of Life Box — part of an initiative by Architecture & Interiors to raise funds for charity.