Element 27 by Hillam Architects | Featuring Composed COREtec® | Photography by Dion Robeson
Grounded in New Zealand Communities
People are fast becoming urbanised, seeking multi-family dwellings to support this lifestyle. Shaw Contract aims to make a Smarter Impact with product innovations that enhance safety and comfort in build-to-rent environments in New Zealand.
How Can Flooring Impact The Way We Live in New Zealand?
The very essence of what it means to “settle down” is shifting. Multi-family living – apartments, townhouses, strata titles, and 'build to rent' – are now often a first-choice lifestyle. This lifestyle is appealing whether you are a newly-retired empty-nester or a young professional transitioning to the city.
With this trend comes increased competition in the market, and residents’ tastes are more discerning than ever. With so many options to choose from, unique amenities and beautiful finishes aren’t just a factor in the decision, they are often the deciding differentiator.
Tower 12 by Sechrist Design Associates, Inc.
An Authentic Foundation
Evidence-based design puts an emphasis on natural connection and influences. Select products that work together across your floor-plan, while exuding the authenticity and comfort your residents crave.
Featuring Fault Broadloom
Featured Multi-Family Collections
Defined by strength and tempered by texture, Concrete & Composed resilient flooring is constructed with innovative COREtec® XRC technology.
Find strength in Solitude LVT, a collection of wood and stone visuals in subtle shades of quiet, with an innovative silencing layer to reduce sound transfer.
Our Multi-family segment serves:
Flooring for Everyday Comfort
Featuring Composed COREtec® LVT
by Hillam Architects
Element 27 is the first 100% rental community in Western Australia, thoughtfully designed to give a first-class rental experience.
Photography by Dion Robeson
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