How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Jacobsen provided a range of products for this Northland home — from NBK terracota tile cladding for the exterior, through to Tarkett wooden floors for living areas.
Allco JM TPO was chosen for Campbells Bay Early Learning Centre, providing a strong, cost-efficient and attractive waterproofing solution for the challenging site.
These homeowners rose to the challenge of maximising limited space, finding the ideal storage solution for their Wellington tiny house with bespoke fitted wardrobes.
Made from high-quality uPVC, the black Marley Stratus Design Series Typhoon spouting and RP80 downpipes won’t rust — an important feature when this close to the sea.
A Rotorua function centre needed glazed walls that could move out of the way at the touch of a button — and found the solution with APL’s 125mm Structural Glaze window system made into seven motorised tilt doors.
The Eurothane GP PIR insulation chosen to insulate the skillion roof provides an R-value of 4.05 — exceeding NZBC requirements for Christchurch.
Resco’s Chemlab benchtops passing the toughest tests in high-use tertiary facility in Whangarei.
IBuilt Ultim8 composite decking was used for an impressive 75m² deck of this Cambridge Home, providing an attractive and low maintenance solution.
Dimond Brownbuilt 900 ribbed roofing ensured ease of construction and a long-lasting finish for this home located in a Waikato gully.