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Cliffhanger by Studio John Irving Architects

Perched on a cliff above Red Beach in Whangaparoa, this house of blackened concrete and waxed steel delivers an unexpected lightness of form.

Green Home of the Year 2022: The Black House by Stacey Farrell

In a steep, alpine environment where the land is always moving, architect Stacey Farrell envisioned a home of parts — an experiment in what was possible — and a place that delivered no more than needed.

Alt + Reno Home of the Year 2022: Faith and Doubt by Crosson Architects

An old church on a prominent site in Nelson has been deftly and daringly brought back to life by Crosson Architects.

Raglan Rest by Edwards White Architects

In the foothills of Karioi, dark cedar cloaks a home surrounded by lush greenery in a vast and encompassing landscape.

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Island abode

Clad in cedar, this house is devised as a sum of connected parts. The cedar is used in several different formats, the differentiation is subtle as are the tonal changes.

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Sculptural outcrop

Impeccable furniture selection from Simon James helps to stitch the architectural narratives of this Great Barrier home to its surroundings.

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