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Coastlands Aquatic Centre in Paraparaumu, New Zealand boasts an elegant double-curved Texlon® ETFE clad roof supported by a delicate timber lattice structure, creating a light and airy space for swimming pool visitors to enjoy.   Winning the 2014 NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards, Coastlands Aquatic Centre is both elegant and eco-efficient. The transparent Texlon® […]

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The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction on the North Island of New Zealand, where visitors can take boat rides into the spectacular cave guided by the light from thousands of glow-worms – Arachnocampa luminosa. The Waitomo Caves were formed from limestone transported by water over thousands of years and have been a popular tourist destination for […]

273_161_NZ-Dunedin-Forsyth Barr Stadium0131-© Chris Sullivan


Vector Foiltec is changing the face of sport and stadia design. The world’s first permanently covered stadium with a natural turf pitch, Forsyth Barr is the most advanced stadium in the world. Commissioned for the 2011 Rugby World Cup the stadium offers unprecedented comfort to over 30,000 spectators and players without compromising the sport. Two […]

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Eden Park Stadium underwent a major redevelopment for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. It was selected to host the inaugural game of the tournament as well as two quarter finals, two semi-finals, the Bronze final and the Grand Final. This was the biggest sporting event in the country’s history and was watched by millions around […]