Craft Metals are a leading supplier of Titanium-Zinc, Copper + Pre-painted Aluminium for Roofing and Wall Cladding applications across Australia. Craft Metals are committed to helping establish a sustainable future, utilising natural materials found in our environment. Craft Metals building materials are 100% recyclable and reusable, without tainting the level of quality associated with the Craft Metal brand. Working closely with a range of world-renowned suppliers, Craft Metal specialise in quality products facilitating in a the supply and fabrication of roof and façade cladding using non ferrous metals.


  • North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub

    North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub

    The North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub is a three storey, 2,040 sqm, 6 Star Greenstar facility incorporating a Library, Maternal Child Health Facility and a variety of Community focused facilitie

  • Redcliffe Residences

    Redcliffe Residences

    The Redcliffe Residences have been designed as a spacious retreat for an extended family and close friends. Whilst the focus is on entertaining with facilities for large gatherings, the hosting of pub

  • Bantry Bay

    Bantry Bay

    Together, a pair of living pavilions rest above a stone podium and define an internal courtyard, a between-space. The podium becomes an extension of the street rock face below and a link between the p

  • A&M houses

    A&M houses

    Conceptually, the A&M Houses have been an experiment in drawing a relationship and balance between a reduced footprint, comfortable living and maximised amenity. The undulation of the roof line and t

  • Audi Dealership

    Audi Dealership

    With its striking, folded honeycomb-pattern brushed aluminium façade, the dealership clearly reflects the brand’s global architecture which is gaining momentum in Australia following the opening of se

  • The Mill Apartments - NSW

    The Mill Apartments - NSW

    This site is what was once known as the 'The old Brickworks' in Eastwood. Lying vacant and deserted for a number of years, the site was an unproductive wasteland until 2006 when the quarry was finally