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PrefabNZ to be showcased at IN-EX

PrefabNZ to be showcased at IN-EX

PrefabNZ is excited to be involved with IN-EX at The Cloud in Auckland this weekend. IN-EX is a curated expo featuring high end interior and exterior architecture and design products.

Friday 31st March is a Trade Day and will attract Architects, Architectural Designers, Interior Designers, Landscape Designers, Building Consent Authorities, Trades, Developers, Commercial Building Owners / Managers, and other Industry Professionals.

Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April are Public Days and will attract home builders, renovators, DIYers, apartment dwellers and IN-EX are expecting over 6000 people to attend over the three days.

PrefabNZ is showcasing two products which are innovative and forward thinking in their design and construction:

click-raft PrefabNZ click-raftBUY CLICK-RAFT NOW on Trademe

On display, a sculptural piece from the click-raft family, it is one of the first prototypes developed, made from interior plywood, it is an unique piece for an interior application such as a meeting hub for an office space or community centre, or alternatively a retail space for shelving etc. A piece of NZ architecture crafted and designed by Chris Moller during development stages of the click-raft journey.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/canvas-magazine/news/article.cfm?c_id=532&objectid=11806195

PrefabNZ UNIpod PrefabNZ UNIpod Buy UNIpod NOW on trademe

On display, the PrefabNZ UNIpod prototype; it is one of the first prototypes developed. First Light Studio in Wellington won the competition supported by New Zealand Institute of Architects, the Retirement Village Association, Lifemark, and Victoria University School of Architecture.

The PrefabNZ UNIpod contains a bench, stove, rangehood on the kitchen side of a double skinned wall and the bathroom fittings on the other side encased in a cross laminated timber shell.

The concept of the PrefabNZ UNIpod combines bathroom and kitchette which becomes the nerve centre of an interior space.

This prototype has the potential to be adapted to:

  • Converting a garage into a studio
  • Turning a spare room/ rumpus room into Air BnB accommodation
  • Turn a sleep-out into a pool house

http://m.nzherald.co.nz/canvas-magazine/news/article.cfm?c_id=532&objectid=11811498

For more information n IN-EX see http://www.in-ex.co.nz

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