The Oliver House, Kelvin Heights, Queenstown

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The four levels of this Queenstown home roll down a challenging steeply sloping bank towards Lake Wakatipu appearing as a series of linking rectangular forms which offer panoramic views of the Lake , Queenstown, Coronet Peak and the surrounding mountains. Circulation within the home follows the approximate line of informal paths that existed on the site.

Externally the house is finished in schist stone, cedar, zinc and concrete.

The home is the product of the openness of the owners resulting in a close working relationship between Client and Architect.

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The Oliver House, Kelvin Heights, Queenstown

The four levels of this Queenstown home roll down a challenging steeply sloping bank towards Lake Wakatipu appearing as a series of linking rectangular forms which offer panoramic views of the Lake , Queenstown, Coronet Peak and the surrounding mountains. Circulation within the home follows the approximate line of informal paths that existed on the site.

Externally the house is finished in schist stone, cedar, zinc and concrete.

The home is the product of the openness of the owners resulting in a close working relationship between Client and Architect.

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The Oliver House, Kelvin Heights, Queenstown

The four levels of this Queenstown home roll down a challenging steeply sloping bank towards Lake Wakatipu appearing as a series of linking rectangular forms which offer panoramic views of the Lake , Queenstown, Coronet Peak and the surrounding mountains. Circulation within the home follows the approximate line of informal paths that existed on the site.

Externally the house is finished in schist stone, cedar, zinc and concrete.

The home is the product of the openness of the owners resulting in a close working relationship between Client and Architect.

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