How other designers are using architectural products around New Zealand.
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Spectrum’s Seamless Fin balustrade system delivers a combination of classic and contemporary lines together with fast and cost-effective installation.
The high-gloss finish of StyleLite panels adds an airy feel to the kitchen of this classic Kiwi bach in Whangamata.
Holmes Fire discuss how Won-Door addressed complex fire engineering performance requirements while retaining the design vision for an open and unobstructed connection between both towers.
MacDonald Industries were appointed suppliers of fixtures and fittings to this exciting, multi-use sports and events facility in Palmerston North.
This opulent family home was also designed to be luxury accommodation for guests to completely relax.
Juken New Zealand produces high-quality Quarter Sawn Clears for the international and domestic markets.
The robust underlay was put to the test during the recent re-roof of an Auckland home.
With a towering position and subjected to very high wind pressures, Waipārūrū Hall Student Accommodation ventilation louvres required an engineered solution that blended high performance with outstanding aesthetics.
With a cutting-edge concealed fastening system, the Metrotile CF Shake Tiles met the client’s brief for a timeless style, while providing exceptional weathertightness and durability.
Auckland’s new, $69 million rail-bus interchange, Puhinui Station, has an eye-catching sculptural design prompted by a belief that transport projects should not be the poor cousins in civic architecture.
Large-scale manufacturing facility given a seamless entry with CoralTread.
The roof garden creates a feeling of returning to the land, whilst having a low visual impact on the local environment and skyline.
ZX Panel makes a strong statement on a new Golden Homes showhome in Milldale, Auckland.
This family found the perfect flooring to suit their open plan rural lifestyle, with porcelain tiles and Neptune SPC flooring from The Tile Depot.
European Oak was the perfect pick for a mid-century modern take for this coastal home.
Dimond provided robust and attractive cladding and roofing for the award-winning Visual & Performing Arts Centre at St Hilda’s Collegiate School in Dunedin.
Mico Design worked with Woods Bagot Architects on the bathroom specification for Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
With no access to nearby drainage, Saniflo provided a cost-effective solution enabling the garden shed to be converted into a functional pool and changing room.
ALPOLIC NC/A1 is a fire-safe aluminium composite material with a non-combustible mineral core that contains zero polyethylene.