Wednesday, 13 November 2013
Together with Pamela and Angela - the trusty PrefabNZ team - we had a fun day assembling the click-raft prototype pavilion after its late arrival.... but all sorted for opening early morning on Day 1 at the A&P Show in Christchurch. I've included some assembly shots along with a team shot at the end. Also a shot of Gary Caulfield and his trusty steed at Puke Ariki where we disassembled it earlier in the year ready for its next adventure. A very big thankyou to all involved including the guys at Stanley who fabricated it (especially to Gary and Sean for making it happen), and the fantastic support of Pamela and Angela and a huge array of spontaneous helpers who just turned up curious to pitch in, including the wonderful A&P security lads - many thanks guys!
Posted by chris moller at 21:00
Monday, 11 November 2013
Photos below show the new cnc fabricated 1:10 scale model exploring next stage of design development - thanks to Jaap and Ben.
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Thursday, 31 October 2013
Wonderful News - PrefabNZ have chosen to use click-raft for the new PrefabNZ Pavilion as an exciting update to the HIVE (Home Innovation Village). It will arrive firstly at the Canterbury A&P Show 12-15 November 2013 before being transferred to HIVE - images below of assembly at Stanley Modular factory in Matamata.
Posted by chris moller at 22:21
Saturday, 19 October 2013
Exciting times, Resource Consent has been granted by Christchurch City Council. Next step is Building Consent - all stops out now to complete architectural, structural, services and environmental documentation of the project. This will be a wonderful mile stone in the evolution of click-raft.... and a special gift for the little people and their families of Redcliffs Christchurch.
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Friday, 21 June 2013
Redcliffs Kindergarten development is rolling. Many of the challenges to realise the project such as the structure and cladding, services and environmental issues are getting sorted - with various details still to solve, next step is to realise a full-size prototype mock-up at Stanley's factory to review with Sean Wood and his team. Meanwhile drawing documentation is happening flat-out - have some great new images to show thanks to Jaap ! Can't wait to see it on the ground - especially for all the wonderful people (esp little people) of Redcliffs and the fantastic team at Kidsfirst.
Posted by chris moller at 13:19