This photo was taken by Cory Bedford during a stopover in Singapore. While his family was resting in the hotel, Cory took the opportunity to get some inspiration and check out the local architecture. He loved the cladding work on this building and the sheer size of this, which you’d be unlikely to find in […]
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Constructure’s collaboration with Young Architects to turn former Global Culture warehouse into new offices has earned a number of awards of the annual delivered a host of awards at the Architects Designers NZ function in Auckland. Constructure renovated and strengthened the building to 100% of new building code, with feature structural steel frames and ply. […]
The Frank Gehry design of the UTS building in Sydney inspires and intrigues the engineers at Constructure. You have to wonder how he can make this design work. Cory Bedford says that the work is simply brilliant and that he would have loved to do the structural engineering for this architect.
This image is the signage on our original office on Lichfield Street, which we renovated and strengthened after the earthquakes. The design of this former Global Culture shop was inspired by famous American architect Tom Kundig, who likes to keep the cladding and steel exposed. We really love this award winning building and even though […]
Constructure has opened an Auckland office to bring its successful formula of expertise and client service to the biggest market in the country. Constructure originated in Christchurch, but has a national footprint with over 7000 completed residential and commercial projects from Northland to Queenstown. In less than seven years, owner Cory Bedford has created a […]
This weekend cabin in a Washington national park, by architect Tom Kundig features a protective steel exterior that slides across its windows and a floor raised up on stilts to prevent flooding. The clients asked for a virtually indestructible holiday home that would be protected from flooding and the harsh winter.
Central Otago Rail Trail. Started in Clyde and rode through to Middlemarch – a total of 152km staying on the trail for 3 nights. We then went though the Taieri Gorge railway to Dunedin and watched the Highlanders at Forsyth Barr stadium.
Constructure has joined Northland builders Bella Homes in celebrating winning Registered Master Builders National House of the Year 2014 for this wonderful home in Moureesees Bay. This stunning site designed by Darren O’Neill, features multiple large cantilevers, while several UC steel beams are used to create the first floor overhang to the front of the […]
For the second year running, a successful collaboration with the Young Architects firm has earned Constructure awards at the Architects Designers NZ awards night. The multi-unit on Gloucester Street was judged to be the best design in the Canterbury region and a national finalist among the best designs in the country.
The Constructure staff completed a three-day guided walk of the entire Abel Tasman National Park with Wilsons, staying at their lodges and enjoying the walk and sea kayak adventures. A night in Nelson ended the trip.