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Mission Bay Pavilion

Herbst Architects have teamed up with Katie Lockhart Studio to custom...

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Clevedon Pool

Designed by Buka Woods at Blossoms, Branches & Bricks Ltd, this...

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Grey Lynn WOW

Bannan Construction using Peter Fell Oxide have done a brilliant job...

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Coatesville Driveway

What dream driveways are made of! Nearly 1000m3 of PeterFell White...

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The Mayfair Building, Christchurch

With so much of Christchurch's heritage devastated by the 2011...

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Copland house by David Reid Dunedin

The owners love their Peter Fell floor... Read More »

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Mosgiel Patio with garden cutout

Great design always prevails... Read More »

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SuperBlack Patio with contrasting white grout - superstyling!

PMG Contractors recently completed this stunning patio with our SuperBlack concrete, colour 699, and to really bring out the darkest shade possible PFL Glaze was used as well. To striking effect, a white grout was used to provide a wonderful contrast to the black concrete and help marry the colours to those used on the exterior of the house.... Read More »

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Beautiful Precast by Monarc in Royal Oak

Monarc Creative Precast by Nauhria supplied these striking panels for a commercial project in Auckland's Royal Oak. The colour is Tabasco by Naurhia that utilises some specially selected stones in combination with pigments from Peter Fell. The Specification for the red panels are: MONARC 150mm panels Colour: Tabasco 0519 Texture: MONARC Diamond Honed 5000 Detailing: MONARC Grated 0508-08 |... Read More »

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Exposed precast for Mt Difficulty Wines

The newly opened warehouse at Mount Difficulty wines in the world famous Bannockburn wine region in central Otago, features some scene setting exposed precast panels both inside and out. Local designer Grant Harris of Wild Rooster Architectural designed the building so that the exposed aggregate panels are seen both inside and out as can be seen in the above shots. With living roof and the... Read More »


Nga Kina by Michel Tuffery feature Peter Fell colour 791

Commissioned by the Wellington Sculpture Trust, Nga Kina by Michel Tuffery was opened late last year on Wellington's Water front to universal acclaim. Built by GRC New Zealand Ltd in Henderson, Auckland, it is a wonderful addition to the Kumutoto precinct and further proof why more of our cities should invest in more sculpture (in our humble opinion!). The green colour was achieved by utilising... Read More »

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Palmers Planet - coloured concrete floor sets the scene

The new Palmers Planet store in Greville Road, Albany features a magnificent coloured concrete floor that helps sets the scene for this fresh and vibrant new style of store. Commercial specialists Architecture F+D=A worked very closely with the clients to ensure all pieces of the building puzzle suited what Palmers were wanting to do with both the brand and the store. Peter Fell colour 206... Read More »

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Cut underfloor heating cables fixed with 50mm bonded coloured topping

After completing the slab for an Auckland House extension, the concrete cutter accidentally through the cables for the underfloor heating - doh! Developer Ben Snelling overcame the problem in conjunction with Dean Lawson of Custom Concrete to re-pour the coloured slab using a bonded topping - problem solved and the result is spectacular. Peter Fell colour 673 was used to give the subtle tones... Read More »

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Unique Precast in Dunedin

Hiding around the corner at the new Dunedin South Countdown designed by ASC Architects, is a feature wall referencing the neighbouring Gasworks Museum. According to the ODT "The design of this wall reflects attempts to recover "some of the lost history of the site", including using vertical lighting strips to represent the legs of a former gas holder tank on site, and use of different coloured... Read More »

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Concrete for ECE Centres - a perfect combination of beauty and durability

Coloured concrete has provided the answers to many problems at The Rumpus Room, a new early learning centre in Point Chevalier, Auckland. A large addition to an existing 1940s brick and tile house was built and the floor in the new extension was required to be a metre above the ground to ensure the floor to the building was all at the same level. Stahlton Rib and Infill flooring was specified... Read More »