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Buitink-Technology

Buitink Technology is specialized in the development, production, delivery and installation of products and turn key solutions where canvas, foil and technical textiles are involved. We focus on area's of construction, architecture, industry and various other markets where our products have added value to the customer. www.buitink-technology.com

Innovation

Creating new and innovative solutions are part of our primary company policy. It's a major part of
our daily business.

Examples are e.g.

Air cushion roofs of ETFE foil

Tensioned membrane constructions

Tensioned ceilings

Mobile impervious floor

Lifting cushions

Large scale lightning frameworks

There are numerous applications where canvas, foil and/or technical textiles play a major role.

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James Parker Sculpture

JAMES PARKER FIRST BEGAN MANIPULATING STONE QUITE EARLY IN LIFE. AT ONLY FOUR YEARS OF AGE, HE ASSISTED HIS FATHER IN REPAIRING GAPS IN THE DRYSTONE WALLS SURROUNDING THE FAMILY FARM IN GALLOWAY, SOUTH WEST SCOTLAND. THIS SIMPLE BONDING EXPERIENCE SPARKED AN INTEREST IN STONEWORK, WHICH WOULD EVENTUALLY TURN INTO BOTH PASSION AND PROFESSION. 2007 SAW THE CREATION OF HIS FIRST SCULPTURE IN SLATE, AND BY JUNE 2008 HIS FIRST PUBLIC EXHIBITION WAS UNDERWAY. SEVERAL EXHIBITIONS HAVE SINCE FOLLOWED, INCLUDING MULTIPLE ACCOLADES AND AWARD-WINNING YEARS AT THE RHS CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW

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Architectural Fittings

Architectural Fittings provides high quality architectural hardware fittings for glazed railings and handrails requiring fine detail design.

Made of high grade machined aluminum and stainless steel, the Architectural Fittings product line provides a cohesive aesthetic for glazed railings requiring an exposed connecting system for applications where design detail and quality is paramount.

Ideal for balustrade infill panel connections, partition walls and furniture applications, these exposed hardware systems provide a versatile solution for attaching panels in curved configurations, such as spiral stair cases, as well as in-line, and end-condition situations, solving a variety of design issues, saving architects and designers many hours of design time for projects requiring refined detail design solutions.

Installation of these hardware systems is all mechanical in nature, eliminating the irregular appearance of visible welding where high aesthetic standards need to be met, reducing the amount of trades that need to be involved in installation, thereby resulting in project cost savings.

Matching handrail supports are also available for these hardware systems to complete balustrade applications.

Designed by industrial designer Saleem Khattak, the Architectural Fittings product line is designed and produced in Canada.

www.architecturalfittings.com