How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Multilayer Herringbone was fast to install, enabling a tight timeline, all the while keeping within budget.
Cemintel Territory (formerly known as Designer Series) has recently been updated with a new range, new CodeMark certificate and new detailing as part of a thorough review of the system.
Summer Gardens in Takapuna will benefit from an Apricus Solar Hot Water system, providing a great example of how to combine style and sustainability in a top-flight, modern building.
220mm thick Litecrete lightweight precast cladding panels were chosen to enable a one-product concrete finish on both the exterior and interior wall surfaces of the apartments.
Sleek black steel in the wide tray profile of Eurotray Lite contrasts against white plaster and warm cedar in this stunning home.
Sto was selected to provide an NZBC compliant building facade including fire protection, energy-efficiency and weathertightness for Wellington’s Frame Apartments.
A Gerard roof and solar panels were installed for a family home designed to house three generations of family.
With the characteristic texture of real concrete and the ease of use of an MDF panel, LightBeton was a fitting addition to the industrial design of this Barkers store in Mount Maunganui.
Intricate fixing of Eurotray Angle Seam cladding ensured a seamless look with perfectly lined up trays for the expansion of the Synlait processing plant in Dunsandel, just out of Christchurch.
A historic aircraft hangar at Hobsonville Point has been repurposed to become one of Auckland’s largest open plan, indoor-outdoor eateries, thanks to a mega-sized, bi-folding door that was a collaboration between Altherm Windows and Tru-Bilt Industries.
MacDonald Industries worked with S&T Architects to specify commercial bathroom fittings suitable for the public bathrooms at Auckland’s Aotea Centre.
SOLITEX EXTASANA building wrap, SOLITEX MENTO 3000 roofing underlay and TESCON VANA tape have been used to ensure energy-efficiency and longevity for this Waikato eHaus.
The lightweight Muros Roughcast Concrete panels add a textured look to the external entrance of Four Points by Sheraton, Auckland, as well as internally for the Queen's Head Bar and Eatery.
GlassProtech was recently engaged to rejuvenate heavily scratched lift interiors and provide ongoing vandalism protection with their proprietary clear sacrificial film.
The Dunedin City Council set a strict brief for the Art Gallery’s new roof: it needed to improve weather tightness, increase thermal efficiency and be able to be installed without disrupting operations.
For access to the centre's garden sanctuary, Glasshape provided curved glass sliding doors featuring 3m tall bent glass panels, with varying bend radii for each panel.
The fire on site at Hobsonville Point highlights the importance of using non-combustible claddings and proven fire rated wall systems in the appropriate areas.