Oakura Home

Website

Kaitake Road, Oakura

Design + Brief
In 1998, an ambitious Physics teacher took on the task to design and build his own home. He creatively constructed his unique design out of the surrounding gum trees; which he milled on site.

20 years later this unique home belongs to our clients, who took on the task to make some big changes to their cozy home. The extension included a new kitchen, dining, additional lounge, master suite and bathroom. Two carports, a guest bedroom and ensuite. 

Taking inspiration from the tranquil and serene setting, this alteration and extension has been cleverly designed to create a “tree-top” feel, with beautiful viewing points to enjoy from every window.  Jason and Jo have selected stunning hardwood floors and a neutral colour pallet, which bring character and warmth into the new extension creating a lovely unity between the new and existing areas.

Designed by Andrew Crawshaw - Crawshaw Architecture 

Key Features and Materials:
Steel portal framing
Cedar cladding 
Spotted gum hardwood flooring
Vitex decking 

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details

Professionals used on this project

Also from Craig Macleod Construction

Done tagging
Full screen

Oakura Home

Kaitake Road, Oakura

Design + Brief
In 1998, an ambitious Physics teacher took on the task to design and build his own home. He creatively constructed his unique design out of the surrounding gum trees; which he milled on site.

20 years later this unique home belongs to our clients, who took on the task to make some big changes to their cozy home. The extension included a new kitchen, dining, additional lounge, master suite and bathroom. Two carports, a guest bedroom and ensuite. 

Taking inspiration from the tranquil and serene setting, this alteration and extension has been cleverly designed to create a “tree-top” feel, with beautiful viewing points to enjoy from every window.  Jason and Jo have selected stunning hardwood floors and a neutral colour pallet, which bring character and warmth into the new extension creating a lovely unity between the new and existing areas.

Designed by Andrew Crawshaw - Crawshaw Architecture 

Key Features and Materials:
Steel portal framing
Cedar cladding 
Spotted gum hardwood flooring
Vitex decking 

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details

Professionals used on this project

Also from Craig Macleod Construction

Done tagging
Full screen

Oakura Home

Kaitake Road, Oakura

Design + Brief
In 1998, an ambitious Physics teacher took on the task to design and build his own home. He creatively constructed his unique design out of the surrounding gum trees; which he milled on site.

20 years later this unique home belongs to our clients, who took on the task to make some big changes to their cozy home. The extension included a new kitchen, dining, additional lounge, master suite and bathroom. Two carports, a guest bedroom and ensuite. 

Taking inspiration from the tranquil and serene setting, this alteration and extension has been cleverly designed to create a “tree-top” feel, with beautiful viewing points to enjoy from every window.  Jason and Jo have selected stunning hardwood floors and a neutral colour pallet, which bring character and warmth into the new extension creating a lovely unity between the new and existing areas.

Designed by Andrew Crawshaw - Crawshaw Architecture 

Key Features and Materials:
Steel portal framing
Cedar cladding 
Spotted gum hardwood flooring
Vitex decking 

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details

Professionals used on this project

Also from Craig Macleod Construction

Done tagging
Full screen