Tuki Tuki Farmhouse in the Hawke's Bay

Website

This state of the art environmentally friendly woodshed and utility was designed for a large sheep and beef farm in the Hawke’s Bay’s Tuki Tuki Valley.

The new farm redevelopment operates entirely off the grid (solar power), is clad entirely in Abodo's Tundra Cladding, and boasts major native riparian planting off many of the tributaries feeding the Tukituki river catchment, helping to keep the Bay’s waterways clean and pristine. 

It was possible to get the embodied energy of the farm right down by using products from the Hawke’s Bay and specifying locally produced and sustainably sourced materials like Abodo.

See more on this project here.

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

Products in this project

Professionals used on this project

Also from Abodo

Show more categories!
Done tagging
Full screen

Tuki Tuki Farmhouse in the Hawke's Bay

This state of the art environmentally friendly woodshed and utility was designed for a large sheep and beef farm in the Hawke’s Bay’s Tuki Tuki Valley.

The new farm redevelopment operates entirely off the grid (solar power), is clad entirely in Abodo's Tundra Cladding, and boasts major native riparian planting off many of the tributaries feeding the Tukituki river catchment, helping to keep the Bay’s waterways clean and pristine. 

It was possible to get the embodied energy of the farm right down by using products from the Hawke’s Bay and specifying locally produced and sustainably sourced materials like Abodo.

See more on this project here.

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

Products in this project

Professionals used on this project

Also from Abodo

Show more categories!
Done tagging
Full screen

Tuki Tuki Farmhouse in the Hawke's Bay

This state of the art environmentally friendly woodshed and utility was designed for a large sheep and beef farm in the Hawke’s Bay’s Tuki Tuki Valley.

The new farm redevelopment operates entirely off the grid (solar power), is clad entirely in Abodo's Tundra Cladding, and boasts major native riparian planting off many of the tributaries feeding the Tukituki river catchment, helping to keep the Bay’s waterways clean and pristine. 

It was possible to get the embodied energy of the farm right down by using products from the Hawke’s Bay and specifying locally produced and sustainably sourced materials like Abodo.

See more on this project here.

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

Professionals used on this project

Done tagging
Full screen