Manufacturer and distributor of Rufflette curtain products, such as rails, tapes, wood poles, brass rods, tie backs and accessories. Rufflette provides a wide range of curtain suspension products to give you everything you might need to decorate your windows.
location_on Roodepoort, Gauteng
Terraforce
Reversable hollow-core retaining blocks
Supplier of segmented, interlocking and plantable concrete elements for use in earth retaining-stabilising, erosion control, noise control, landscaping, grassed paving and for providing pavillion seating as well as stairs.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Miele
High-end domestic and commercial appliances
Miele was established in South Africa in 1982.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
T/A Blindquip
Aluvert Blinds, established in 1989, is a market leader in the manufacture and distribution of made-to-measure blinds and components.
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today23 Jun 2017
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Rufflette | Silent Gliss: Curtain Track Systems

The range consists of hand operated curtain track systems, cord operated curtain track systems and electric curtain track systems. Using an unique glider cord contained within the track and some specifically designed finishing components, Silent Gliss offers two systems: the standard Wave and Wave XL for big size applications.
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today22 Nov 2017
verified_userMiele

Lovin’ the oven

Miele offers a number of ovens, all with different benefits. Options include convection, steam, microwave and combination ovens. Select the oven you want according to your needs.
today7 May 2015
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Terraforce combines construction with the healing process

The Al Jalila Children’s Specialty Hospital, an initiative of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai, is not only dedicated entirely to children but was also designed by combining innovative aspects of design and construction with the healing process in mind. 
today10 May 2011

A new precedent in glass façades

It's easy to see why the spectacular new building at 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, was nicknamed "Dancing Towers” by the team responsible for its design and construction. Its curved silhouette, combined with the striking black and white glass of its façade, make this new Sandton landmark look like it is dancing on the skyline. It's this unique façade – a design first – that makes the team at Aveng Grinaker-LTA Façades proud of their achievement. 15 Alice Lane Towers, designed by Paragon Architects, consists of two curved towers linked by an atrium. Each tower has glazed wings which cantilever 2.5m past their gable ends. "It is a building with a dynamic form," says Croydon Schmidt, managing director of Aveng Grinaker-LTA Façades. The company rose to the challenge of manufacturing and installing a curtain wall to meet the architects' requirement for a glazing effect, using black and white glass, to simulate falling paper.
today2 Nov 2009

Roll-Up Serranda provides roller shutters to suit any conditions

"The infrastructural projects currently being completed around South Africa, many of them for the Soccer World Cup, have given us an opportunity to showcase our product range and specialised services," says Kevin Bonner, Roll-Up Serranda's sales and marketing executive
today4 Nov 2009

Vitreous enamelled steel panels in architectural applications

The history of vitreous enamelled steel goes back at least 4000 years to Egyptian times when it was first used in ornamental jewellery