Architecture NZ, Nov/Dec 2015 advertisment, featuring StoVentec R, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), designed by Durbach Block Jaggers and BVN Architecture.
Sto is proud to be supporting runner Kris McLeish in his epic 245km run from Kumara to Christchurch. Kris will be raising the funds to help the Heart Foundation with their fight against heart disease, New Zealands biggest killer. Sto will be providing a support vehicle in the form of a Unimog, an army styled truck. Click for an update.
With a Stolit K 1.5 'brushed' finish for the Bunurong Memorial Park in Melbourne we
are more than impressed. Two thirds of the way through 2500sqm of
StoTherm over masonry, with another 700sqm of StoVentec currently
underway. Thanks to Hansen Yuncken and Practica MMC.
The Stoanz management team are following the Sto yellow thread on a journey back to Sto Germany, stopping at Sto Singapore, Sto UK in Glasgow and Birmingham and a week at Sto AG in Sthlingen, Germany before heading back through Tokyo...READ MORE
The growth of a business depends on the caliber of its employees.
At Sto we believe warehouses are focal points for how product and information flow between sources of supply and demand. Combined with increasing health and safety requirements, the expertise required to manage Sto Warehouses throughout N.Z has grown rapidly. Sto is pleased to announce...
A first class build on Mission Bay. Builder-developer Peter Jones and
wife Judy chose the name Parc la Vue to convey the charms of their new
four-dwelling waterfront apartment block. Developed in conjunction with
their long-time favourite collaborators, designer Brian Cullen and
spatial designer Jennie Dunlop of Dunlop Design. The render system
chosen was StoArmat Miral for concrete block construction and was
applied by Nexus Exteriors.
A great result to Architecture Workshop, Homes Construction and all involved for winning the Gold
Award 2015 in the Westpac New Homes over $2 million build / Registered
Master Builders House of the Year Awards in Wellington. Also as a winner
for the Local NZIA Architectural awards in Wellington.
A dramatic feature is the new building's undulating facade, made possible by using the StoVentec R Rainscreen Cladding System from Sto, and featuring a multitude of colour-framed windows that evoke the organic form of a tree grove...READ MORE