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Two spacious, light-filled penthouse apartments are an exciting addition to Wellington's apartment market, providing contemporary, inner-city living.

Both apartments (one two-bedroom, the other three) are north-facing with sun and views optimised. HMOA faced a challenging resource consent process, finding clever solutions to maximise space within the heritage requirements. The facade is set back to create wrap around decks and enhance privacy. The materials palate is sensitive to the existing building and includes a combination of zinc, cedar and Swiss pearl cement sheet. 

Read more about this project and the history of the building on the HMOA website.

Photos: Andy Spain. 

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161 Cuba St

Two spacious, light-filled penthouse apartments are an exciting addition to Wellington's apartment market, providing contemporary, inner-city living.

Both apartments (one two-bedroom, the other three) are north-facing with sun and views optimised. HMOA faced a challenging resource consent process, finding clever solutions to maximise space within the heritage requirements. The facade is set back to create wrap around decks and enhance privacy. The materials palate is sensitive to the existing building and includes a combination of zinc, cedar and Swiss pearl cement sheet. 

Read more about this project and the history of the building on the HMOA website.

Photos: Andy Spain. 

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161 Cuba St

Two spacious, light-filled penthouse apartments are an exciting addition to Wellington's apartment market, providing contemporary, inner-city living.

Both apartments (one two-bedroom, the other three) are north-facing with sun and views optimised. HMOA faced a challenging resource consent process, finding clever solutions to maximise space within the heritage requirements. The facade is set back to create wrap around decks and enhance privacy. The materials palate is sensitive to the existing building and includes a combination of zinc, cedar and Swiss pearl cement sheet. 

Read more about this project and the history of the building on the HMOA website.

Photos: Andy Spain. 

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