No internet, no cell phone coverage, a real retreat and a real treat.
Architect: Gary Todd Architecture
Right in the heart of Queenstown, Toro bar brings a diverse mix of Mediterranean inspired dishes.
Interior designer: Jo Goddard from Scope Interior Design
Furniture: Harrows Furniture, Timaru
Pure luxury. This seaside home has everything, comfort, style, indoor / outdoor flow and views.
Builder: Colin Thom
Architect: Mason and Wales Architects
This Otago Peninsula residence with stunning views of Otago Harbour was designed by architect Regan Hall from McCoy and Wixon Architects.
Plush new facilities offered by the Otago Polytech, Dunedin. This state of the art complex offers courses from Photography to architecture and a whole lot in between.
Project management - Signal Group
Architect - Mason and Wales
This schist stone, Wanaka home is the creation of Mike Sowman from Mike Sowman Design.
Situated on a large section, this holiday home has all day sun, great indoor / outdoor flow as well as excellent views of Lake Wanaka.
ADNZ Architectural Design Awards winner 2013.
The Grendon St house, by Richard Wilden Design, won the 2013 ADNZ residential interiors, residential alterations and additions, and colour in design awards. The client brief for ''The Glass Room'' was to use the existing structure of a 1960s house to create a new, warm, light-filled kitchen and living area connecting to a four-seasons deck.
Speights Brewery, Dunedin has now opened it's doors to the public.
August 2017, saw the old part of the brewery renovated and turned into a tourist destination. Guided tours are now offered through the history of Speights and it's beer making operations, which finish up at the plush tasting room and gift store.
Architect: Ignite Architects, Auckland
our designer: Art of Fact, Auckland
State of the art beer production, quintessential Dunedin, great architecture and interior design make this a must when coming to Dunedin.
Project Management / Architect: Beca
Construction: Calder Stewart, Otago
Interior Design: Ignite Architects, Auckland
Comfort and luxury in a northland paddock, just north of Auckland.
Architect: McCoy and Wixon Architects.
This contemporary farm house offers panoramic views and sun through light, airy, spacious interiors. The stepped forms follow and connect with the landscape.
Architect: Gary Todd from Gary Todd Architecture.
Otago University Plaza - A state of the art sports and learning facility.
The south side of the building boasts numerous courts for many different indoor games such as basketball, indoor football, badmington, table tennis, aerobics and other classes and sports. It also houses several very well equipped gyms.
The north side of the building houses the University of Otago Language Centre, a world-class educational institute that provides the perfect platform for further studies.
Architect: Warren and Mahoney Architects, Auckland
This very special building is home to construction firm Calder Stewart, South Otago.
Architect: Mason and Wales Architects, Dunedin.
A bold design, Toitu is now an iconic building not far from Dunedin's city centre. Its brief covers the territory of the old Otago Province, that is, New Zealand from the Waitaki River south. It is New Zealand's oldest and most extensive history museum and is located in the heart of the city close to other prominent buildings such as the Dunedin Railway Station, some 500 metres from the city centre (The Octagon).
Designed by architect Robert Tong in conjunction with Baker Garden architects and built by Lund McIntyre Construction.
Client: Dunedin City Council
AD Instruments, complete refurbishment and restoration with existing timbers being up-cycled and re-used.
2014 Dunedin City Council Heritage Supreme Award winner
2014 ADNZ regional winner for Commercial / Industrial design.
Architectural designer: Hamish McCaul from Archidesign.
Otago University childcare centre.
A complete new set of buildings with the original building facia's put back on... Genius!
Architect: Parker Warburton Team Architects.