Browsing All Posts filed under »New Zealand«

Mai Mai House : By Patterson Associates

March 31, 2011

0

Auckland, New Zealand Patterson AssociatesPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Patrick Reynolds and Simon Devitt Located in Auckland, New Zealand, and completed in 2008, this lovely two bedroom two bathroom residence was designed for a couple.The white street facade is particularly impressive, with no windows and no discernible doors.This property was nominated as one […]

Rahimoana Villa : By Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects

February 26, 2011

0

Bay of Islands, New Zealand Crosson Clarke Carnachan ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects designed the Rahimoana Villa, which is part of theEagle’s Nest Resort located in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand.Continue Reading>>

Fakro House : By Tim Stephens

December 18, 2010

0

Whangaripo valley, New Zealand Tim StephensPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Image © Courtesy of Tim Stephens For this small residence, Stephens incorporated the local vernacular into a modernist retreat in the Whangaripo valley. By acknowledging the site’s importance, in terms of views and ecological values, Stephens’ design is a smart fit for the New Zealand location.Continue Reading>>

New Northland Home : By Studio John Irving

December 10, 2010

0

North Island, New ZealandStudio John IrvingPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Studio John Irving A farmhouse for a very busy family with 4 young children. The site for this new zealand home is on a windswept hill overlooking a dairy farm, the straights of State Highway One and the distant sea views of the […]

Private Office : By Fearon Hay Architects

December 8, 2010

0

Auckland, New ZealandFearon Hay ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Clinton Weaver The fit out for a private office in a newly built shell in Auckland’s Victoria Precinct was an opportunity to create a relaxed environment that removed the formality and conventional nature inherent to most office interiors.Continue Reading>>