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While there are many options for joinery, steel has a certain aesthetic that can’t be recreated in other materials. Popular in New Zealand are of course, wood, aluminium and plastic products, each of which have their own place within the construction landscape.

“None of these, though, can offer such expansive areas of glazing while retaining a slim profile or the aesthetic values of both industrial and historical alike, Jon from” Brombal Oceania says.

Brombal Oceania specialises in luxury completely thermally broken steel fenestration. They offer options ranging from powder coated or liquid painted galvanised steel, stainless steel, aged & waxed corten steel as well as beautifully burnished brass.

It is steel’s innate strength that allows it to outperform other joinery materials and hold expansive areas of glazing while retaining the characteristically slimline profile that only steel can create.

While there are many options for joinery, steel has a certain aesthetic that can’t be recreated in other materials. Popular in New Zealand are of course, wood, aluminium and plastic products, each of which have their own place within the construction landscape.

“None of these, though, can offer such expansive areas of glazing while retaining a slim profile or the aesthetic values of both industrial and historical alike, Jon from” Brombal Oceania says.

Brombal Oceania specialises in luxury completely thermally broken steel fenestration. They offer options ranging from powder coated or liquid painted galvanised steel, stainless steel, aged & waxed corten steel as well as beautifully burnished brass.

It is steel’s innate strength that allows it to outperform other joinery materials and hold expansive areas of glazing while retaining the characteristically slimline profile that only steel can create.

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“The current demand for steel is based in a desire for the traditional fine detail and aesthetic that it can provide,” Jon says. “It’s a growing industry as architects, designers and consumers become more discerning and push the boundaries of what used to be impossible but is now completely achievable with luxury metal fenestration. In that comes the freedom to create, achieved by specialised tradition craftsmanship and over 40 years of experience.”

Modern steel joinery is able to offer much more than what could traditionally be achieved. Brombal offers systems compatible with both double and triple glazing in doors and windows that pivot vertically or horizontally, bi-folding, French and curved doors, as well as guillotine operable doors and descending doors and walls.

“The current demand for steel is based in a desire for the traditional fine detail and aesthetic that it can provide,” Jon says. “It’s a growing industry as architects, designers and consumers become more discerning and push the boundaries of what used to be impossible but is now completely achievable with luxury metal fenestration. In that comes the freedom to create, achieved by specialised tradition craftsmanship and over 40 years of experience.”

Modern steel joinery is able to offer much more than what could traditionally be achieved. Brombal offers systems compatible with both double and triple glazing in doors and windows that pivot vertically or horizontally, bi-folding, French and curved doors, as well as guillotine operable doors and descending doors and walls.

“Each of these are available in a choice of four main base metals – steel, corten, stainless steel and brass,” Jon says. “We can also design manual, hydraulic or electrically operable solutions for all our products.”

Sustainability is another topic at the forefront of people’s minds at the moment, and steel offers a sought after solution in this regard. Brombal’s products and systems are thermally broken, which stops the loss or intake of heat and moisture into the home and improves the overall efficiency of the dwelling by reducing the need for climate control. “This is an area that sets us apart as our systems of luxury fenestration are what sets us apart in the New Zealand market.”

“Each of these are available in a choice of four main base metals – steel, corten, stainless steel and brass,” Jon says. “We can also design manual, hydraulic or electrically operable solutions for all our products.”

Sustainability is another topic at the forefront of people’s minds at the moment, and steel offers a sought after solution in this regard. Brombal’s products and systems are thermally broken, which stops the loss or intake of heat and moisture into the home and improves the overall efficiency of the dwelling by reducing the need for climate control. “This is an area that sets us apart as our systems of luxury fenestration are what sets us apart in the New Zealand market.”

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But perhaps the true beauty of steel is in its versatility. While it can offer a nod to times gone by, and works extremely well in historical or monumental buildings, it can also create a very contemporary look in its ability to hold expansive areas of glazing – in itself a modern development.

Get in touch with Brombal Oceania on ArchiPro here to see how you could incorporate steel in your next project.

But perhaps the true beauty of steel is in its versatility. While it can offer a nod to times gone by, and works extremely well in historical or monumental buildings, it can also create a very contemporary look in its ability to hold expansive areas of glazing – in itself a modern development.

Get in touch with Brombal Oceania on ArchiPro here to see how you could incorporate steel in your next project.

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