How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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After the Kaikōura earthquake on 14 November 2016 rendered his living room uninhabitable, David Turner faced a lengthy rebuild; but a dramatic new look more than made up for it.
Resene ProSelect low-VOC 2K waterborne polyurethane was chosen for use throughout an enormous Te Papa flooring project as a reliable, durable and quick-drying product.
Kaikoura Top 10 Holiday Park’s ablution block upgrade was delayed but now sits resiliently in red with Resco cubicles, vanities and wall linings.
In 2012 Sto became involved in stage one of the Arts Centre’s restoration project, bringing product and interior finishing expertise.
As part of a forward-thinking company with a strong focus on innovation, EZ Concept is proud to be sponsoring leading-edge projects, such as the Yale Building Project.
For College of Engineering floors ARDEX offered a custom solution that would keep under the weight limit, while also ensuring the strength and quality required.
With a custom-designed solar hot water system, Lakeview Holiday Park is benefitting from a huge reduction in gas use, despite occupancy constantly increasing.
Mico Design worked with Athfield Architects on the sanitaryware specification for Cashmere High School, Special Education Unit.
Recycling an old chicken shed to become a viable storage facility for a Canterbury onion farm was a huge success thanks to NZ Foam and Snow Temp.
Techlam supplied Sprucelam portal frames for the lobby of Barrack Place in the heart of Sydney.