Located in Wanaka, New Zealand, Sugi House was designed by Condon Scott Architects. Based in Singapore, the family of five took annual trips to Wanaka, usually staying with extended family in an existing four bedroom house on this lakeside site. The idea for Sugi House was conceived to allow for a degree of separation on their trips
The Parsonson Architects designed the G House, a lakeside home in Taupo, Waikato, New Zealand, that sits on a flat site looking west to a lake. The site is long and narrow and the house is slightly raised and laid out to enjoy great lake views.
Designed by MCAS, Totara Pavilion is a small building that complements the existing main house built on the street frontage in Christchurch, New Zealand. It transitions seamlessly with the garden that separates it from the house, with a series of decks and small steps
Nestled amidst the picturesque hillsides of Brooklyn, Wellington, New Zealand, “The Twins” stand as a testament to the vision and collaboration of two directors from First Light Studio, embodying principles of sustainability and community.
The Old North Road project, in Auckland, NZ by LTD Architectural Design Studio’s aim was to provide a privacy and protection for a family returning from Northern Australia seeking to escape the baking sun.
The Park Ave Alteration project, in Auckland, NZ, was an existing 1970s era house required a major overhaul. LTD Architectural Design Studio’s aim was to provide a robust shell to protect the building for the next 50 years and beyond
Breamtail House’s stunning site on the East Coast of Northland, NZ, commands almost unbelievable views, however these don’t come without a series of challenges. First and foremost that of designing in a location regularly assaulted by gale force winds and driving storms. Designed by LTD Architectural Design Studio for resilience in an evermore extreme environment
The Garden House property, designed by Parsonson Architects, is near the Botanical Gardens in Wellington, New Zealand, on a relatively narrow site. There was an existing house that was demolished down to its basement garage level, which remains and is re-used along with the existing Rimu floor boards
LTD Architectural Design Studio’s brief for Russell Heights in Northland, NZ, was to take this steep, southwest facing, exposed site and create a home that would have a high thermal performance, maximise its views of the harbour whilst reducing its visual impact of the environment and stay on its limited budget