Orlando Country, Marton

Situated in the heart of Rangitikei, near Palmerston North, this wedding and function centre is one-of-a-kind.

With its world class facilities, team building activities and picturesque backdrop Orlando Country Estate is a renowned destination for your next function or corporate event.

A beautiful property with rolling hills, native bush and stunning views from mountain to sea – Orlando Country Estate is ideal for corporate events and retreats. They offer a range of activities, from jet boating and helicopter rides, to golf and clay bird shooting.

Recent developments at the complex involved building a new chapel to facilitate the weddings held there. Owners Gus & Sarah Lourie, worked with their local timber merchant who chose ATS Timber to become involved in the supply. A traditional rustic look with rough sawn face board & batten exterior cladding matches in well to the existing function buildings on the property.

Upon going inside you will be amazed with the beautiful and extensive use of timber on the interior. Band sawn, custom made, exposed trusses grace the open ceiling structure. Walls and ceilings are also clad in ex 150 x 25 Kakapo Dress Grade Radiata Pine boards to achieve a nice knotty character. These boards were custom machined with planed 1 face and 2 edges to ensure a consistent width and thickness that made instillation a lot easier.

To tie it all together, custom made rustic doors and chapel windows are surrounded by wide, chunky, band sawn timbers in a rustic style.

A very tastefully designed and well thought out project that works in perfect harmony with the venue and customers they service.

See more at http://www.orlandocountry.co.nz/

The Tannery, Woolston

The Tannery is a boutique shopping emporium on the banks of the Heathcote River in Woolston, Christchurch, New Zealand.

The old industrial precinct is now home to an eclectic group of artisans in their own rights: a hub of creativity and hospitality, retail and craft.

Founder Alasdair Cassels purchased the historic Tannery, next to the Heathcote River, in the 1994 looking for an opportunity to develop it to reflect the significance of the location and preserve and promote the history of the place Maori lived and the English settlers navigated in the 1840s.

With the 2010 earthquake and a relaxation of planning issues the opportunity emerged and The Tannery was born. Starting with The Brewery and a commitment to craft and quality, Cassels & Sons Beer was born. The entire building was wrecked in February 2011, but Alasdair, Zak and Joe and families committed to rebuild and create The Tannery we see now.

Now The Tannery is a destination discovered by locals and tourists with 57 retailers and over 65 resident businesses. High and casual fashion, books, quality arts and crafts, gifts and homewares, personal services and fine dining all operate successfully in the bustling space nestled beside the Port Hills.

ATS Timber Consultants worked with one of our Christchurch based Approved Reseller and supplied 1000’s of metres of a custom run TGV sarking product out of Douglas Fir with a special band sawn face.

See more http://thetannery.co.nz/

http://thetannery.co.nz/home/virtual-tour/

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/christchurch-life/9323295/The-Tannery-expands-to-50-shops

http://www.retail.org.nz/downloads/Retail%20romanticism%20in%20industrial%20Christchurch.pdf