Alubond Stalcor
Alcofort aluminium composite panels
Architects and designers use Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) mainly as external cladding for façades of buildings and for insulation and signage.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Kasi Shade are professional suppliers, installers and repairers of awning, carports, shade ports, skylights, patio covers, and customised shade ports.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
D&D Roof Insulations
Roof insulation materials
D&D Roof Insulations specialises in the supply of roof and ceiling insulation materials to the construction industry. Established in 1999.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Perspex South Africa
Perspex South Africa are well known for their vast range of cast acrylic products and have been market leaders for over 60 years.
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today6 Jul 2016
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Curves in colour

Architects and designers use Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) mainly as external cladding for façades of buildings and for insulation and signage. However, its uses and applications in commercial projects, buildings and houses are varied. Most shopping malls, shop fronts and shop signs use ACP. 
today7 Mar 2016

Passionate about plastic

Perspex supplies a full range of products in an exciting selection of colours and finishes for creative interpretation by architects, specifiers, interior designers, furniture designers, brand architects and graphic designers.
today9 Jul 2012

Building with natural light

"Light is not only an amount of energy," says Marilyne Andersen of MIT’s Department of Architecture. "It also provides us with the means to reveal spaces and volumes and interact with our environment."  Andersen and others in the Building Technology Program have been working on how to better incorporate natural light into building design, recognising that natural light has many positive effects – including considerable financial savings in energy bills as well as benefits for occupants’ health and wellbeing. According to their findings, natural light improves mood and health by regulating human circadian rhythms, for instance. “Natural light is one of our biological needs. Intuitively, we prefer daylight to electric light,” she says.