We can specify, supply and install exterior cladding solutions to match your design intention and budget requirements.
The Tile People offers a unique end to end solution from specification to installation (working with local partners throughout New Zealand) for your residential or commercial facade project. Our products include environmentally friendly (low embodied energy) and non-combustible facade solutions.
The exterior cladding and facades products we work with include:
Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete (GRC), the light-weight concrete, providing environmentally-friendly cladding options for designers, architects, engineers and end-users.
Our exanded metal mesh cladding & faux ceiling products are able to cover big surfaces with a material easy to assemble, light, economic and extremely flexible to guarantee innovative architectural solutions.
Terracotta Tiles, used as rainscreen cladding, offer many aethetic qualities for building facades and provide thermal and acoustic isolation.
Fully recyclable and sustainably resource-efficient - Brick to Click combines the outstanding properties of clinker with the typical advantages of a ventilated curtain façade in a façade cladding – simple, efficient and economical.
At one of the most prominent corners of the Sydney CBD is prime office space in a brand-new addition to the skyline.
WeWork 333 George Street provides five floors of coworking space, private offices, conference rooms, and event space in a hyper-modern, A-grade, glass building.
Surrounded by Australia’s largest organisations, this Grimshaw/Chrone Partners collaboration required a close match in materialisation for the traditional Sydney sandstone.
Reider concrete skin was selected for its durability, non-combustibility and raw characteristics.
The first project of smart city wanted by the strategic management of the government of Dubai. It includes offices, residences, commercial areas, sports and leisure areas.
The buildings are constituted by a double façade, the outdoor one of which uses the metal sheet mesh as a shading, assembled on a framework, Grey colour RAL 9006. The Metal mesh, framed, keeps the interchange between indoor and outdoor of the building, in order to control the incidence of sunlight
Woods Bagot Director and Global Health and Science Sector Leader Georgia Singleton said the significance of the work carried out within the walls of the building provided the conceptual inspiration for the façade design.
The building’s external, predominantly solid facade provides a protective layer akin to an animal’s skin, linking to the building’s purpose as a research space for the natural environment.
Featuring a series of external shroud-like elements that adapt and change as the facade wraps the building, the design has produced an organic aesthetic that is distinctive to the Biomedical Precinct. Inspired by the natural environment, the design references the movements of a butterfly. The facade utilised a mix of Mayor Tempio bespoke sun shades and standard tile.