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Auckland Museum

| May 31, 2010
Auckland Museum

Auckland War Memorial Museum is amongst New Zealand’s most iconic and instantly recognisable buildings. To celebrate 80 years in The Domain, newly unrelieved exterior lighting connects the Museum with the vibrant city that surrounds it including seating from the 360 Urban Elements range.

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Taradale Town Centre Napier City

| March 27, 2010
Taradale Town Centre Napier City

Taradale Town Centre Napier. The $3.5m upgrade of Taradale Town Centre was recently completed in 2010. Gloucester Street was upgraded with new Ketley Blue Clay Paving and complimented with GRA903 natural stone granite, high quality lighting, robust and flexible urban elements. Gloucester Street followed the successful first stage, the Taradale Lane redevelopment in Napier City. The first stage […]

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Cashel Street Christchurch CBD

| August 30, 2009
Cashel Street Christchurch CBD

Steintec Mortar and grouts feature along with Marshall Mistral Pavers extensively throughout the Christchurch CBD and the award winning City Mall and Stewart Plaza Redevelopment. Gold Award NZILA 2010 Urban Design and Silver Award NZILA 2008 Communication/Promotion

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Hutt City CBD

| March 5, 2009
Hutt City CBD

High Street Lower Hutt CBD. Features 360 Urban natural stone pavements with an associated range of bespoke urban elements® and materials with a focus on creating a robust, enduring streetscape for both pedestrians and vehicles. The 360 Urban Elements® range of Escofet tree surrounds compliments the bespoke seating. Isthmus designed project for the Hutt City Council and was awarded NZILA […]

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Christchurch City CBD

| May 29, 2008
Christchurch City CBD

Cashel Mall in the Christchurch CBD features extensive use of Steintec Mortar and Tuffgrout with Marshall’s silver grey Textured Mistral Pavers in this award winning City Mall Redevelopment. Gold Award NZILA 2010 Urban Design and Silver Award NZILA 2008 Communication/Promotion.

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