The use of Perforated Metal

Perforated metal is an effective way to enliven a simple cubed structure. This
shading device has the ability to add depth and texture.

In this office building the steel mesh was draped to cover windows from direct sunlight whilst it appears to hover above the ground. 

When perforated cladding is viewed from the inside it is virtually invisible, depending on the size of perforations. Large perforations allow more light to pass through but still offer protection. It also provides privacy from the observer on the outside.

Perforated and expanded metal can be used on façades, balustrades and cladding in Residential, Public and Commercial Buildings.

Home is where the heart is and the kitchen is its soul.

For most houses the kitchen is located in the centre of the house, they are not sedate and quiet spaces. They were created with a purpose, to make true memories that
will last a lifetime, kitchens are rooms filled with energy and aroma.

Some new homes embrace the more casual lifestyle and are being built without a dining room or formal living area. However it has been noted that the homes with formal dining and living areas still find that friends and family gather in the kitchen.

With much less importance being paid to separate living and dining areas these days, focus seems to be almost solely on the kitchen space.

Kitchens are the place where families bond. You no longer have to slave alone in the kitchen instead the crowd joins you, it is also one of the first places where children learn to be of some service.

In other words, kitchens are not just a Cooking Room.

Redeveloped Properties

Four properties were transformed into various professional offices. Care was taken to maintain the original structures and new modern buildings were incorporated.

These new offices were designed to reduce the carbon footprint through the ideology of green living.

The development blends harmoniously in with the existing building and natural environment.  



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