How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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When designing an affordable transportable home, Nigel Young turned to Speedfloor’s lightweight, cost-effective engineered steel joist system.
How to meet G7 – Natural Light code when converting a commercial premise into a multi-level apartments complex.
The Seamless Flooring System by Gilt Edge Industries Ltd features a built-in waterproof membrane to prevent leaks and water damage at Middlemore Hospital’s new Acute Mental Health Unit.
With a high R-Value to thickness ratio, superior vapour control and rigid structure, Kingspan’s Kooltherm K10G2 was ideal for the restoration of the Old Stone House.
Improve a building's Homestar rating, save money and become more energy efficient using an Econergy heat pump water heater from Hot Water Heat Pumps Ltd.
The Nurajack pedestal decking system was used to build a wheelchair ramp, with the generous support of Placemakers Lunn Ave and Spax Pacific.
Creating something special is possible with Spectrum's design and build capabilities.
Studco Wall and Ceiling Systems provide structural support at St John of God Hospital in Melbourne’s South-East.
Large facility with multiple uses; Mt Smart Stadium refit includes tough Resco products.
The textured finish of Porter’s Paints’ Stone Coarse brings together weatherboard, brick and panel cladding to provide a consistent matt look.
Christchurch’s newly-opened Western Belfast Bypass features a braided river pattern on concrete noise walls and bridge abutments, which really stand out thanks to GSL Enhancing Sealer.
Palace Burger Bar at Mount Maunganui came with a specific brief from the client: to create an acoustically functional ceiling with a bold and striking aesthetic.
Custom sized and locally manufactured Triton Cloud 25 panels provide acoustic control at The B:HIVE building at Smales Farm.