Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pennell – Waihi Beach, Stage 1

Design and Build This repeat client recently sold an architecturally designed home and bought a 1970’s style split level brick home and property in need of plenty of improvements! A total property makeover was requested and a full property Concept Plan was created to be implemented in 3-4 stages. The brief for this first stage included replacing existing retaining, establishing a large flat lawn and creating private, sheltered outdoor living and parking off a self contained flat being constructed downstairs. Read more ›

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Skinner – Athenree

Design and Build This is an elevated family lifestyle property with wonderful vistas and a 1980’s style home. Our clients greatly enjoy entertaining and their wishes were to create an outdoor dining and entertainment area adjacent to their home which could encompass a large dining table & fully housed BBQ. The gardens were to be low maintenance with easy growing plants. Our challenge was to keep the space open and sunny, maximising the view whilst providing shelter from the prevailing Read more ›

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John & Bev Back Porch

Design & Build John & Bev needed dramatic improvements to their back porch. They wanted a dry, sheltered space which would effectively be an outside room, but give the feeling of being immersed in their already established lush gardens. The home is of a 1970’s heritage and this project was to be part of a series of external improvements lending to a subtropical theme. We designed a chunky timber pergola and kwila deck that doubled the existing size. The main Read more ›

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