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This home was an earthquake rebuild on a special site to the clients.  The site is on a quiet street with an uninterrupted view of the surrounding port hills, estuary and Cityscape of Christchurch.

Hills sites are always challenging, and this was no different.  A three storey central stairwell in glass and metal stair treads leads people up into the home whilst looking at the views as they ascend.  If stairs aren’t your thing – a full lift has been accommodated future proofing the home for the couple into the years to come.  

Natural elements of cedar, stone, and black joinery and accents pull the look of this contemporary home together.  A black ceiling of the void brings the third storey ceiling down, making the home relaxed and inviting – rather than a modern box of glass.

High-end fittings and features grace the house – well-thought areas for living and entertaining were executed, and the landscaping adds to the soothing atmosphere the architecture and homeowners have created.

Kitchens and bathrooms were designed with luxe materials of granites, stone, and wood with thoughtful gestures in keeping with the theme of the architecture.  The wine room also boasts a wall of wine that very cleverly hides the door into a generous storeroom behind.

And every high-end home has a powder room – and this one doesn’t disappoint!  The Elitis wallpaper shimmers of the sea, the standalone Phillipe Starke Vanity, and Tom Dixon Marble wall scone make this room one you don’t want to miss visiting.

2019 Master Build Entry for homes over $2 Million.

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McCormacks Bay

This home was an earthquake rebuild on a special site to the clients.  The site is on a quiet street with an uninterrupted view of the surrounding port hills, estuary and Cityscape of Christchurch.

Hills sites are always challenging, and this was no different.  A three storey central stairwell in glass and metal stair treads leads people up into the home whilst looking at the views as they ascend.  If stairs aren’t your thing – a full lift has been accommodated future proofing the home for the couple into the years to come.  

Natural elements of cedar, stone, and black joinery and accents pull the look of this contemporary home together.  A black ceiling of the void brings the third storey ceiling down, making the home relaxed and inviting – rather than a modern box of glass.

High-end fittings and features grace the house – well-thought areas for living and entertaining were executed, and the landscaping adds to the soothing atmosphere the architecture and homeowners have created.

Kitchens and bathrooms were designed with luxe materials of granites, stone, and wood with thoughtful gestures in keeping with the theme of the architecture.  The wine room also boasts a wall of wine that very cleverly hides the door into a generous storeroom behind.

And every high-end home has a powder room – and this one doesn’t disappoint!  The Elitis wallpaper shimmers of the sea, the standalone Phillipe Starke Vanity, and Tom Dixon Marble wall scone make this room one you don’t want to miss visiting.

2019 Master Build Entry for homes over $2 Million.

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McCormacks Bay

This home was an earthquake rebuild on a special site to the clients.  The site is on a quiet street with an uninterrupted view of the surrounding port hills, estuary and Cityscape of Christchurch.

Hills sites are always challenging, and this was no different.  A three storey central stairwell in glass and metal stair treads leads people up into the home whilst looking at the views as they ascend.  If stairs aren’t your thing – a full lift has been accommodated future proofing the home for the couple into the years to come.  

Natural elements of cedar, stone, and black joinery and accents pull the look of this contemporary home together.  A black ceiling of the void brings the third storey ceiling down, making the home relaxed and inviting – rather than a modern box of glass.

High-end fittings and features grace the house – well-thought areas for living and entertaining were executed, and the landscaping adds to the soothing atmosphere the architecture and homeowners have created.

Kitchens and bathrooms were designed with luxe materials of granites, stone, and wood with thoughtful gestures in keeping with the theme of the architecture.  The wine room also boasts a wall of wine that very cleverly hides the door into a generous storeroom behind.

And every high-end home has a powder room – and this one doesn’t disappoint!  The Elitis wallpaper shimmers of the sea, the standalone Phillipe Starke Vanity, and Tom Dixon Marble wall scone make this room one you don’t want to miss visiting.

2019 Master Build Entry for homes over $2 Million.

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