- Year: 2012
- Floor Area: 350 squ. metres
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THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND FEATURES
This family home designed by Jerram Tocker Barron Architects incorporating five bedrooms, an office, multiple living areas, conservatory and a large wine cellar makes the most of modern building materials and design features.
Large exposed aggregate tilt panels lead towards the entrance and continue internally. The concrete theme is repeated in the home with a polished concrete floor throughout the living areas and extensive concrete patio.
Timber work is prevalent throughout the house with large structural timber beams also create an interesting visual feature. Cedar slats line the exterior of the wine cellar and this theme was continued on the living room ceiling.
The EuroTech Larch Tilt and Turn Joinery was central to the owners requirements, the large areas of glass help to give the house a unique appearance and make the most of the Marlborough sun.
This ultimate sustainable home is made of Formance SIP panels to provide high insulation and a low eco footprint…
A glass bridge links the striking cedar-clad volumes of this no-expense-spared Blenheim home.
The cohesive renovation breathes new life into this this 1870’s homestead without forgetting its roots…
Clever design and use of modern building materials sets this home apart. The mixture of Cedar weather boards and Corton Steel…
Smart design makes the most of Marlborough’s sun and provides perfect outdoor living areas….
Always intended to be part of the original house, this addition of dining room & formal lounge increases the homes functionality…
The homestead was created using 6700 adobe bricks for internal and external walls.
This ‘Stuff – House of the week’ Blenheim home has been crafted with attention to all the details…