Building & Construction
Episode 2 is located in Wanaka, South Island of New Zealand where it is beautiful but cold!
Here you will discover James Hardie Stria® Cladding being vertically installed by the Universal Group where it thrives against the tough environment of Wanaka and even tougher regulations. As said by Ron Seeto, who has over 40 years of architectural design experience, this example of vertical Stria® Cladding demonstrates how it can “accentuate the angles of your design”. Using Stria® Cladding in this particular way creates texture, contrasting lines and, with it’s ability to be painted black, it leaves a distinctive impression.
Olympic rowing gold medallist Hamish Bond doesn’t compromise on his training. When he decided to build his new home, he wanted to partner with a company that doesn’t make any compromises either. Find out why Hamish chose to work with James Hardie products.
In Episode 3 you will find yourself in the South Island again but, this time in Cromwell.
The owners demanded an exterior cladding that gave a bold design which could also withstand the test of time. Contrary to the cladding you would normally find on residential properties, you will discover James Hardie Titan® Façade Panel was chosen as the exterior cladding on this home. With distinctive negative detailing on the exterior, it flows through to the interior with ease allowing for continuity. Titan® Façade Panel portrays a bold concept which compliments Cromwell’s rugged mountain backdrop.
This episode will land you in Mosgiel, just outside of Dunedin, where you will be taken through a house completely designed by the owners!
Previously you have seen James Hardie Stria® Cladding installed vertically but, in this episode, the owners preferred the horizontal finish. They were looking for a design that gave a clean, crisp and fresh look and James Hardie Stria® Cladding provides distinctively clean cut lines. The fact that James Hardie claddings can be painted any colour gives it the flexibility desired which is important when building your own home.
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