How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Heavily influenced by trees — both from the perspective of planning regulations, streetscape and carefully planned views, this home seamlessly combines energy efficiency, colour and design.
The cost-effective and energy-efficient Energie thermodynamic hot water system provides the home with a reliable supply of hot water.
In November 2018, Fire and Emergency NZ got in touch with Apricus to help find ways to reduce the environmental impact and running costs of their fire stations.
Pink Batts glass wall insulation helped exceed R-values required by the NZBC.
For the restoration of this 1930s family home, copper coloured spouting and downpipes were chosen as a durable and cost-effective alternative to the real thing.
Minimal use of electric lighting has reduced the library's energy costs by as much as one-third,
MAXRaft insulated concrete floor slabs have an approximate R-value of 4.5 and work to effectively prevent heat loss through the home's foundation.
Plytech’s Ambience Poplar pre-finished wall lining was chosen for its warm colour, natural grain and ease of use.
The use of a flush-mounted cooktop with integrated downdraft system eliminated the need for a bulky rangehood, creating additional space for the kitchen.
Steel & Tube is proud to be a supplier to the award-winning Freeman’s Bay School redesign by RTA Architects.
Glasshape's Bent Tempered Glass was incorporated into the railing design with the help of CAD modelling — ensuring a safe yet eye-catching stairwell solution.
The frameless Metra Construction Panel system was specified for the walls, floors and roof of this compact home design by First Light Studio — one of six winning designs of PrefabNZ’s 2018 SNUG design competition.
The lighting specification by Inlite features subtle fixtures that cast a warm light — and at times a dramatic glow — on the beautiful timber and concrete surfaces of this Orakei Basin home.