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Hackett Road

Increasingly, developers and homeowners are looking for fresh ways to seamlessly blend new buildings with the surrounding landscape. For one Queenstown family, it’s an outlook that’s struck the right chord.

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Jack's Point Showhome

Stonewood Homes’ Queenstown architect Filiberto Rayon-Villela is a confirmed fan of Metalcraft’s ESPAN® using COLORSTEEL® ENDURA®.

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AMI Stadium

In a city that’s passionate about its sport one place is considered sacred – the home of Canterbury Rugby. Originally called Lancaster Park and later renamed Jade Stadium, the 40,000 seat arena was a place where epic battles took place. A distinctive feature of the Christchurch cityscape, it stood proud and strong until February 2011, when the earthquakes struck.

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The Terraces on Parkway Seaview Millwater

When Horncastle Homes decided to build medium density homes at Millwater they embarked on a project that would forever change our expectations around quality and style. 

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The Tate Home

While London might have the Tate Modern – a contemporary art gallery on the banks of the Thames – New Zealand has Chris Tate, an Auckland-based architect who’s every bit as avant-garde as his namesake. 

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Cascade House

Wellington is a wonderful city. But it’s also a windy city; an environment where homes and buildings are battered by gale-force gusts on a regular basis. Add a dash of salt water to the mix and you’ve got conditions that will test the mettle of any structure. 

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Cable Bay

Auckland’s Waiheke Island is one of the country’s most demanding building environments; a unique setting that requires an innovative approach and a certain amount of local knowledge. 

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Canon Ridge House

A new attraction on Christchurch’s Canon Ridge looks like a box gift-wrapped in black and tied with a bright orange ribbon.

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Hingaia Peninsula School

The area around the Hingaia Peninsula School used to be lush South Auckland pasture. Now it’s prime residential property, but that hasn’t stopped the school becoming New Zealand’s first Green Star Built certified school.

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Snow Planet

COLORSTEEL® is usually tasked with keeping the weather out. In the case of Auckland’s North Shore-based Snow Planet the responsibilities went the other way. The job at hand was to keep the snow in at what is touted as the Southern Hemisphere’s largest indoor ski slope. 

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The Brae

When Auckland construction company  Jalcon Homes were building  a series of 12 Cape Cod-style family homes on ‘The Brae’ at Pine Harbour, situated on Auckland’s eastern seaboard, they chose COLORSTEEL® MAXX® for the roofing and cladding. 

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Avantidrome

A velodrome of international class and standing has to be an impressive structure. After all, it is the training base and home for both cyclists and triathletes seeking Olympic and World Championship glory. It is a demanding environment and one that requires the most durable of construction materials.  

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The Ballara Home

When you build on a slope with anything more than a 20-degree gradient, the normal solution is to construct a house that sits on poles. So when a proposal to build a conventional house on a 45-degree slope was submitted it’s fair to say eyebrows were raised. Even in Wellington, where clinging to a cliff side is part of everyday life, this seemed out of the question. The even ‘crazier’ part of the story is that architect Nic Ballara had designed this as his own family home!

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Te Timatanga

In the 1970s, at a time of heightened awareness around ecology and planet sustainability, American architect Michael Reynolds came up with the concept of an ‘Earthship’. Defined as being 'a building that conforms to the principles of self-sustainability', 'Earthships' were self-contained, had minimal environmental impact and were essentially a land-locked ‘craft’ designed to be in harmony with their surroundings. 

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Royal Wolf Offices

Containers are designed to ‘contain’ things. Usually freight that’s most often seen on trucks or adorning the decks of large ships. They’ve been used as an alternative building or housing solutions before but rarely have they become the main platform for a corporate head office.  

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Wellington Zoo

As part of its redevelopment and rejuvenation, Wellington Zoo created Meet the Locals He Tuku Aroha – a precinct they describe as 'a love story to New Zealand'. And when it came to putting a roof over those local's heads, 'New Zealand’s favourite' was the obvious choice.

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Department of Conservation

The Department of Conservation was launched in 1987 and tasked with managing, and protecting, the country’s natural and historical heritage. These important national treasures included natural heritage, recreation facilities, and the coastal marine environment. Because DOC is responsible for the entire country it sometimes requires innovative ways to move people – and wildlife – to far-flung places. Often this leads to truly ‘uplifting’ ideas designed to achieve maximum coverage for minimum cost. 

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After a rigorous, multi-stage review process, COLORSTEEL® has received the Environmental Choice New Zealand ecolabel.

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New Zealand’s weather is nothing if not variable. From one region to the next, the conditions can change on an almost half-hourly basis.

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