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  • Top 3 features of using a Moveable wall

    Regardless of what industry you work in, spatial flexibility is becoming a necessity in workspaces. More and more offices are shifting towards moveable walls to modernise and improve their workflow. Below, we explain the top 3 features of our moveable walls. Creates a multipurpose space […]

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  • Glass-Seal 420 at Spark Flagship store in Westfield Newmarket

    Trans-Space was privileged to work with Gartshore Construction and Context Architecture to deliver this fabulous new store for Spark. The Glass-Seal 420 Series is the perfect solution to reduce noise in busy environments while maintaining maximum light transparency creating a multipurpose space. Utilising the Glass-Seal […]

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  • Motors installed for Skyfold Zenith on Chapman Tripp floor

    We’re currently working with Alaska Construction & Interiors and Warren and Mahoney for the Skyfold Zenith doors in Chapman Tripp floor in the upcoming Pwc tower at Commercial Bay. We recently installed the motors for the Skyfold Zenith alongside the supervision of a specialist from […]

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  • Project Spotlight: GlassSeal 100 Series at Amano restaurant

    A few years back, we supplied and installed the GlassSeal 100 Series at the Amano restaurant, Britomart, Auckland. Amano is one of Britomart’s most popular restaurant and bakery, well-known for its seasonal menu. The elegant simplicity of the GlassSeal 100 delivers uninterrupted views which suits […]

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  • Spark Halo – Westfield Newmarket

    For the last few months, Trans-Space has been working alongside Gartshore Construction and Context Architecture to supply a glass operable wall for Spark’s new store in the highly anticipated Westfield Newmarket mall. Our installers have been in and out the site preparing all the necessary […]

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  • Project Spotlight: Aorere College

    Back in 2015, Trans – Space Industries worked with Construction Management and Babbage Consultants to design and produce GlassSeal 422 Series for Aorere College’s auditorium. Many schools, hotels, churches, offices and spaces where two or more meeting functions take place simultaneously are leaning towards glass […]

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  • Project Spotlight: 100 GlassSeal at Catch Design

    Trans-Space Industries worked with Verso Studios to offer an operable glass solution for Catch Design’s Auckland office last year. The wall features black frames with sleek glass panels integrating seamlessly with Catch Design’s interior. As a creative digital agency specialising in user experience, digital strategies, […]

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  • Watercut design on the Variflex Series for Inland Revenue’s Hamilton office

    Trans-Space Industries has recently installed the Variflex 100U – SA Series at the Inland Revenue Hamilton office. We’ve been working alongside Alaska Interiors and Pelorus Architecture to feature a sophisticated operable wall system with modern Watercut design using Autex Cube. The Variflex series features a […]

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  • Unique usage of Moveo doors at Te Rewa O Puanga – the School of Music and Creative Production at Massey University

    Studios, offices, hotels and exhibition centres are leaning towards intelligent solutions that enable multifunctional and flexible spatial management. Te Rewa O Puanga – the School of Music and Creative Media at Massey University, caters the best equipment and technology for New Zealand’s creative and innovative […]

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  • Skyfold Zenith for Chapman Tripp at Commercial Bay

    Situated in the centre of the food, commercial and retail culture, the Commercial Bay tower offers a memorable experience for people to appreciate the breath-taking view, as the tower overlooks the city, harbour and Mt. Rangitoto. We’re honoured to be working closely with Alaska Construction […]

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