Princes Wharf is a mixed use development comprising of a group of six buildings on a prime piece of real estate in Auckland, New Zealand.
Located along the Auckland waterfront, Princes Wharf features six ‘sheds’ designed by Colin Leuschke, consisting of more than 300 apartments. Originally established as a commercial wharf in 1929 and redeveloped for mixed use in 1998, the cruise ship themed project is now occupied by hospitality businesses, offices, apartments and the five-star Hilton Hotel.
Safetyline Jalousie worked with the team at Aspec Constructions to supply louvres to Shed 19. Powdercoated in Matt Charcoal and glazed in 6mm clear toughened glass, the louvres measure approximately 740mm in height, span up to 1100mm in width, and are installed with removable flyscreens.
Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows come with outstanding ratings in wind and water performance, offering an even more versatile option for architects looking for sustainable solutions and new design possibilities.
Learn more about Safetyline Jalousie’s NATA accredited test results here.