This quietly confident and inconspicuously elegant holiday home mimics the forms of Memory Rock on nearby Medlands Beach.
Although this Kapiti Coast home for one by Andrew Sexton Architects is compact, it delivers a multitude of connections to nature.
A rural Canterbury home designed by Bull O’Sullivan for multiple generations pushes boundaries while verging on the cinematic.
Just near The Octagon in Dunedin, a 158-year-old two-storey commercial building had been empty for several years, slowly deteriorating amidst the hustle and bustle of Princes Street. Potter Amanda Shanley changed that.
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.
On a streetscape of dualities: commercial and residential, old and new, coastal and suburban, a church of historical value has been daringly brought back to life.
On a slight bend in the road on a Remuera street, a 1950s house has been transformed slowly over two decades.
This off the grid house near Geraldine in is heated only with a wetback, despite snow covering the ground for much of winter.
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