How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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W2 Architects draw inspiration from the bright striking colours of the kōwhai flower for a house in the hills of Canterbury.
The use of cavity sliders gives this newly renovated home an open plan layout and creates more space.
The owners of Dunedin’s Greggs Building wanted an elevator as unique as the lovingly restored historic building. A customisable Powerglide E Series Elevator provided the blank canvas they were after.
Hibond 80 zinc-coated steel flooring was the preferred flooring for The Rise, a multi-level development in Auckland’s forested hill suburb of Titirangi.
59 France Street is a striking building with a timeless blend of late 1940’s warehouse and contemporary architecture, constructed in durable and honest materials.
Stonefields is a NZGBC 5 Star Greenstar certified school which has not disappointed with the selection of Trespa Meteon Cladding which is available with PEFC or FSC certification.
The home, inspired by a shearing shed, features custom windows from Altherm's Residential Series ThermalHEART.
By specifying Sanifast SWH190 Grey Water Pumps, the design team could incorporate basins throughout the space without needing to install additional waste pipes.
MacDonald Industries chute systems allows waste and recycling to be efficiently and hygienically separated and collected in a single location in multi-storey buildings.
The largest student accommodation facility at the University of Canterbury (UC) has recently been completed using an extensive facade based on the 125mm Flushglaze system from APL Window Solutions.
Waikato Innovation Park’s new Hub Building features Kingspan’s Dri-Design aluminium rainscreen facade cassettes to stunning effect.
Over the past few years, Simpson Strong-Tie has led the introduction of specific heavier duty connectors and ATS components required for timber mid-rise and MDH developments to the NZ market.
Potter Interior Systems proudly supplied the Austratus Ceiling + Wall Timber Batten system to the Greater Wellington Regional Council at 100 Cuba Street, Wellington.
The SiTech+ system was installed for Unilever’s cutting-edge head office in Indonesia, providing a lightweight solution that minimises noise without the need for additional acoustic insulation.
Solatube SolaMaster Daylighting Units deliver natural daylight through false windows for internal rooms of this 76-room boutique hotel.
Extra-long sheets, a double coating of ColorCote AlumiGard X and a concealed nylon clip fixing system ensure this roof will perform admirably for decades.
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