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Honey House Cafe, Kerikeri

The New Zealand Historic Places Trust commissioned Salmond Reed Architects to transform the lower floor of their 1970s administration building on the historically important Kerikeri Mission Station site into a bright and airy café, whilst retaining their own offices on the first floor.

The Honey House Café became an overnight success with visitors, who enjoy both the café facilities with its surrounding lawn, as well as the nearby heritage attractions in the Kerikeri Basin.

While the construction aspect of the café development was straightforward, the resource consent process was somewhat more challenging and dedicated input from Trust staff was required in order to ensure the project’s successful outcome.

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The New Zealand Historic Places Trust commissioned Salmond Reed Architects to transform the lower floor of their 1970s administration building on the historically important Kerikeri Mission Station site into a bright and airy café, whilst retaining their own offices on the first floor.

The Honey House Café became an overnight success with visitors, who enjoy both the café facilities with its surrounding lawn, as well as the nearby heritage attractions in the Kerikeri Basin.

While the construction aspect of the café development was straightforward, the resource consent process was somewhat more challenging and dedicated input from Trust staff was required in order to ensure the project’s successful outcome.

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The New Zealand Historic Places Trust commissioned Salmond Reed Architects to transform the lower floor of their 1970s administration building on the historically important Kerikeri Mission Station site into a bright and airy café, whilst retaining their own offices on the first floor.

The Honey House Café became an overnight success with visitors, who enjoy both the café facilities with its surrounding lawn, as well as the nearby heritage attractions in the Kerikeri Basin.

While the construction aspect of the café development was straightforward, the resource consent process was somewhat more challenging and dedicated input from Trust staff was required in order to ensure the project’s successful outcome.

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