Dravitzki Brown Architecture is proud to present Wilson House, a modern and contemporary family home. At Wilson House, our team has combined the use of high-quality materials and expert craftmanship to create a timeless design which will be sure to impress. 

Combining natural elements with modern architecture, our team has created a unique style that exudes sophistication and practicality. With large windows, and open-plan living areas, Wilson House is the perfect place for a family to call home. 

At Dravitzki Brown Architecture, our commitment to excellence ensures that every project we work on is of the highest standard. 

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Designs that incorporate our clients ideas, and then exceed their expectations. Alister and Katrina believe listening is the key.

“Great buildings are the result of a great team. The builder, the client and the architect all play a vital role.”

Dravitzki & Brown are a husband and wife duo committed to designing beautiful buildings with functional spaces that enhance people’s lives. They give their clients a professional service with a down to earth approach. Based in Queenstown since 2008 they understand the design challenges created by its harsh climate. Although mostly designing locally around Queenstown and Wanaka they have designed a number of projects in different parts of New Zealand, including Greytown, New Plymouth, Dunedin, Oamaru.

Their strength lies in their ability to design buildings which have a consistent design language, both in the overall form and the way materials are used. Their extensive knowledge in complex detailing brings these designs to life, whilst their photo-realistic renderings ensure clients can see and understand the vision well before construction starts.

Alister and Katrina are experts in designing all aspects of complex spaces; juggling proportion, size, scale, sun, views, clients brief and budgets altogether which form the basis of all designs

Both Alister & Katrina are current architecture graduate members of the NZIA, New Zealand Institute of Architects.