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Falcon Brae Villa is the result of a dream-like vision to integrate the structure of a luxury villa against the backdrop of the breath-taking natural environment of the Motueka Valley, perched perfectly between three national parks.

The ‘falcon’ in the name resonates through curved elliptical falcon-wing roofs which are a feature of this highly bespoke building.  The steelwork was rolled in Wellington, then shipped to Nelson.  Each roof frame was set up in Sharland Engineering in Nelson, then disassembled, painted and reassembled on site.  Extensive planning went into the structure and layout of the lodge, including materials used to connect the villa to the land – this includes the use of local lee valley rock in the terracing which anchors the building among the existing rock outcrops.

The roof area of this lodge is over 1000 square meters, and includes covered decks, a media theatre, games den and gym.  Outside there’s a heated pool and spa – all the amenities guests could wish for in an escape destination far from the madding crowds. Other key features include acoustic linings, efficient solar off-grid systems, fireplaces and a sound system in each room.

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Falcon Brae -Lodge

Falcon Brae Villa is the result of a dream-like vision to integrate the structure of a luxury villa against the backdrop of the breath-taking natural environment of the Motueka Valley, perched perfectly between three national parks.

The ‘falcon’ in the name resonates through curved elliptical falcon-wing roofs which are a feature of this highly bespoke building.  The steelwork was rolled in Wellington, then shipped to Nelson.  Each roof frame was set up in Sharland Engineering in Nelson, then disassembled, painted and reassembled on site.  Extensive planning went into the structure and layout of the lodge, including materials used to connect the villa to the land – this includes the use of local lee valley rock in the terracing which anchors the building among the existing rock outcrops.

The roof area of this lodge is over 1000 square meters, and includes covered decks, a media theatre, games den and gym.  Outside there’s a heated pool and spa – all the amenities guests could wish for in an escape destination far from the madding crowds. Other key features include acoustic linings, efficient solar off-grid systems, fireplaces and a sound system in each room.

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Falcon Brae -Lodge

Falcon Brae Villa is the result of a dream-like vision to integrate the structure of a luxury villa against the backdrop of the breath-taking natural environment of the Motueka Valley, perched perfectly between three national parks.

The ‘falcon’ in the name resonates through curved elliptical falcon-wing roofs which are a feature of this highly bespoke building.  The steelwork was rolled in Wellington, then shipped to Nelson.  Each roof frame was set up in Sharland Engineering in Nelson, then disassembled, painted and reassembled on site.  Extensive planning went into the structure and layout of the lodge, including materials used to connect the villa to the land – this includes the use of local lee valley rock in the terracing which anchors the building among the existing rock outcrops.

The roof area of this lodge is over 1000 square meters, and includes covered decks, a media theatre, games den and gym.  Outside there’s a heated pool and spa – all the amenities guests could wish for in an escape destination far from the madding crowds. Other key features include acoustic linings, efficient solar off-grid systems, fireplaces and a sound system in each room.

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