With its interlapping ‘boxes’, this stunning build is a magical retreat. An exquisite, atrium-like kitchen is at the hub of the design. Creative use of light has been used in this space, with lighting around the base of the kitchen island and statement pendants suspended from the high ceiling.
This architectural home is a showstopper with striking street appeal and everything a family could wish for. The dwelling’s floorpan is spread over two storeys, with a triple garage, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas and a kitchen with scullery. The house even has a prayer room, two offices and a dog-washing station.
This three-bedroom, three-bathroom home has been carefully designed to meet the owners’ needs. They wanted the property to comfortably accommodate visitors and returning family members, so the layout is spread over two levels, with an upstairs guest bathroom and sleeping area.
Overlooking the Waikato River, this newly renovated 1920s home is enjoying the view through fresh eyes. It has been brought back to life, embracing some of the villa’s original features, while bringing it into the 21st century.
This holiday house occupies an exquisite and little known promontory on the wild western Waikato coastline. Its modest 600sqm site belies expansive single level living master-minded by Paua Architects.