Tag Archives: New-Zealand

NZ naturally belonging

Bold, simple materials of zinc, cedar and concrete have been selected for their longevity, and are designed to weather gracefully within the site context. The overriding philosophy has been to deliver a design that is ‘naturally belonging’ – a building that grows from the landscape and compliments the site and it is exactly what Warren and Mahoney created. Set within a...

trading paces

The brief was for a new house on a challenging, steep site in a bush clad creek gully. One of the design challenges was to insert a bold intervention into a sensitive bush reserve whilst still maintaining a sense of modesty and poetic. Conceived by Hamish Monk Architecture the house was designed for a couple in their mid-sixties who had always...