Project: The Arts Centre of Christchurch
Architect: Warren and Mahoney Architects
Construction: Fletcher Construction / Simon Construction
Sto Contractor: Plaster Services
Every community needs a meeting place. A hub where people can meet enjoy music, theatre or art. For Victoria's largest municipality, the City of Casey with nearly 300,000 residents, it was the opportunity to create an inviting centre for the community that also celebrates the traditional owners of the land.
Project: Bunjil Place, Victoria, Au
Architect: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT)
Sto Contractor: Squarecon Rendering
Sto Sales Manager Southland and Wanaka Yacht Club Commadore Jeff Mercer, is in full sail after releasing the proposed re-development plans for the Wanaka Yacht Club. The exciting re-development looks to transform the 140m2 existing club house into a three level, 558m2 club house, including a grass-fronted lakeside café with mountainous and lakeside views.
Project: The Leadenhall Building, London
Architect: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
System: StoSilent Distance
Project: Millbrook House, Queenstown
Architect: Sumich Chaplin Architects
Construction: Rogers Brothers
Sto Contractor: Thomson Plastering
NZIA Local Architecture Awards: Housing
With the increased use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within the planning, architectural and construction industries, Sto NZ are pleased to include Revit Structure Wall Files to our CAD libraries for all your render facade project modelling needs.
Designed by Ignite Architects, and
constructed by Watts & Hughes, the new 6,500sqm Farmers Rangiora provides an innovative
building design for the retail brand, while maintaining the local streetscape
character, reviving and adding a sense of vibrancy to the town's centre.
Project: VitraHaus, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Architect: Herzog & de Meuron
Designed by Creative Arch and constructed by Clearwater Construction, the Thompson Park Apartments sit upon the site of an old Auckland Electric Power Board building located in Mt Wellington, Auckland. The brief of aesthetically, adaptive re-use, utilises the existing structure and defines this unique development, demonstrating 'the old' does not need to be destroyed to make way for 'the new'.