BEACH HAVEN HOUSE
Situated on long and narrow flat site with fully landscaped rear yard facing north, the two storey new residence features stacked bonded concrete block walls at lower level and a combination of vertical / horizontal cedar shiplap weatherboards at upper level. The flat roofed carport features a high stacked bond concrete parapet wall providing full privacy from the busy road. Master bedroom at the rear portion of upper storey enjoys great views of nearby Sunset Bay.
Located on challenging sloping rural terrain, the site enjoys distant views of Hunua Ranges Regional park from north-east.
Partly inspired by 1950’s Scandinavian modernism, the house is low profiled, with all spaces featuring full-height glazing, orientated towards north-east views, clad with white brick veneer and vertical cedar stained shiplap weatherboards and enclosed with simple skillion roof with covered Alfresco at north-west corner.
Situated on generous flat elevated site, the house has a long horizontal profile with all key spaces featuring full-height glazing orientated towards north and north-west, enjoying expansive views to nearby Uretara Stream.
Mainly clad in vertical cedar stained shiplap weatherboards, the house also features board formed insitu concrete walls which frame the entrance and continue through the living spaces.
Located on hilly site, 10 minutes drive from Matakana Village, this completely secluded small bach enjoys expansive views of Pakiri Hills from north-east.
Fully clad in horizontal stained cedar shiplap weatherboards, the bach features skillion roof with exposed Macrocarpa rafters, roof beams and posts, which provide the main visual interest to the house.
MATAPIHI HOUSE RENOVATION
The new house is built over original house L-shaped concrete slab, located on raised upper part of long rectangular site that stretches all the way to the coast, enjoying distant views of Waipu Bay and Mount Maunganui beyond.
Partly inspired by 1950’s Scandinavian modernism, the house is low profiled, clad with black painted board and batten with concrete stack bond concrete wing walls framing the house at each end and features generous north-facing timber deck.
SNELL BEACH HOUSE
ACH DESIGN LTD
Located on generous sloping elevated site, the house has a long horizontal profile with all key spaces featuring full-height glazing orientated towards north, enjoying expansive views to nearby Mahurangi Harbour. Clad in vertical cedar stained shiplap weatherboards, the house also features board formed insitu concrete walls which frame the entrance and garage.
Located on compact and challenging sloping site at very end of the crescent drive, this completely secluded house is bordered by Awaruku Bush Reserve from north-west, providing full privacy to the house and its courtyard .
Fully clad in horizontal stained cedar shiplap weatherboards which have two-tone scheme to accentuate house’s dynamic geometry, play of light and shadow and also to help blending into surrounding greenery.