How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Built within the New Zealand town of Mount Maunganui, Generational Retreat maximises the connection with its outdoor views whilst providing a sense of seclusion and privacy within its high density location.
Architectural designer, Paul Graham, utilises VELUX skylights to meet the design needs of an 1876 heritage home renovation.
Outdure's QwickBuild system offers multi-surface Integration, multi-height and span capabilities and multi-substrate options.
Potter Interior Systems proudly supplied a range of quality products and proven solutions to the Western Springs College - Ngā Puna O Waiōrea Redevelopment.
TARC Snap Lock combines shadow and depth with beautiful soft lines to highlight fine exterior features. Plus, its ease of installation keeps costs reasonable.
Taking inspiration from Hampton and country style homes, Design Builders' latest Bay of Plenty showhome showcases craftsmanship and detail. Antique grey KeyDeck enhances the outdoor living.
EFAFLEX high speed doors are safe, reliable and low maintenance — perfect for helping ensure the smooth operation of Hilton Haulage’s storage facilities.
CS FOR DOORS supplied automatic cavity sliders with multiple specialised requirements.
When the owners of this retreat at Coromandel’s Kuaotunu first met with architect Ken Crosson, the brief was for a low-slung, single-level dwelling: something modest and unassuming.
Nelson’s first large-scale residential development in the central city featured Altherm windows and doors from a product palette that allowed individual apartment purchasers to customise their choice.
Décortech worked with the clients to find the right combination of plywood and stain to match the rimu veneer of the Whanganui Memorial Centre's original ceilings.
The Provista Tudor Framed Aluminium Balustrades provide a practical, low maintenance and attractive solution for the new apartments.
The Escea DS1400 double sided gas fireplace visually connects the kitchen, lounge and dining areas of Wildermoth — a refined interior rebuild designed by Annika Rowson.
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