With a yellow bucket facade located down the main-strip of buildnz | designex 2018, and part of the 'made in Germany' pavilion - Sto was once again pleased to attend the largest trade event for NZ's building and construction industry, held recently in Auckland...
Sto NZ would like to congratulate all 2018 New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Local Architecture Award winners...
Sto New Zealand would like to introduce Jason Wanden to the Sto team as our Senior Architectural Manager, focusing on the development of Sto facade systems and specifications, and assisting with the implementation of Sto construction initiatives nationwide.
The Sto Sales, Marketing and Technical Team came together in March for a two day National Sto Sales Conference. Hosted by Steve McArthur, Sto Sales Director, and themed “Crown the business king” there was a good dose of acumen, insight and humour. Following the theme it was also a time for the business to acknowledge; in Svend Andersen’s retirement from the day to day business...
Every community needs a meeting place. A hub where people can meet enjoy music, theatre or art. For Victoria's largest municipality, the City of Casey with nearly 300,000 residents, it was the opportunity to create an inviting centre for the community that also celebrates the traditional owners of the land.
Project: Bunjil Place, Victoria, Au
Architect: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT)
Sto Contractor: Squarecon Rendering
Before we all immerse ourselves into another successful year of Sto renders, cladding systems and facade work. The Sto team and Sto Contractor network came together regionally to celebrate our successful partnership over the 2017 year, and mark the new year as bigger, better and stronger.
Project: Aria Apartments, Vinegar Lane
Architect: TOA Architects
Construction: Q Construction
Sto Contractor: Allied Exteriors
Sto Sales Manager Southland and Wanaka Yacht Club Commadore Jeff Mercer, is in full sail after releasing the proposed re-development plans for the Wanaka Yacht Club. The exciting re-development looks to transform the 140m2 existing club house into a three level, 558m2 club house, including a grass-fronted lakeside café with mountainous and lakeside views.
Project: Te Puni Kōkiri - Ministry of Māori Development, Wellington
Building Owner/Management: Argosy
Architect: Interact Architects
Sto Contractor: Mesh Coatings
Sto was proud to support the Bay of Plenty Team in the 2017 Northern Roller Mills Rugby Tournament. Kicking off in October the Bay of Plenty Team, coached by Cliff Honey, Sto Sales Manager Central North Island, lead the tournament to a final Roller Mills clash against Auckland... A great game and tournament though out!