- Year: 2016
- Floor Area: 311 squ. metres
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Designed by local Architect Jarrod Midgley this project included
everything from initial excavations to putting the
number on the letter box.
Separated into two main areas: garage, work shop and
office wing and also the main living areas. Both are connected
via a bridge that floats about 500mm above the surrounding
All areas of the house and land were designed to perfectly
complement each other and fit in with the overall vision.
The house is clad in vertical Cedar boards as well as 20mm
thick Lime Render plaster finished in a way to produce an
earthy, natural feel. Either can look dominant depending
on the aspect.
Exposed aggregate concrete is a common theme linking
the outdoor living areas to the east with the BBQ area to
the rear where an automated Awning provides solace from
Even the utility areas have been well designed with the trailer
sheet and clothes line hidden from view by Cedar slats
screens matching the house.
The exterior Lime Render walls are continued internally to
provide flow from the outside in. Vertical Cedar is also introduces
internally where it is used to line the full height of
Polished concrete floors, floor to ceiling Aluminium joinery,
award-winning home automation and spray lacquered joinery
finishes the interior to the highest quality.
This ultimate sustainable home is made of Formance SIP panels to provide high insulation and a low eco footprint…
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….
The house of thousand features incorporates five bedrooms, one office, multiple living areas, conservatory and a large wine cellar…
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…