Form and Function
The five houses are connected by a series of walkways and boardwalks that meander through a landscaped native bush setting. This site also offers a shared recreation space for all the residents to enjoy – that’s in addition to the generous private decks and courtyards each of the homes come with.
These finely crafted homes have been finished with an individual palette of colours and materials to make each one unique. Light-filled and naturally ventilated with double-height atrium spaces and walls of operable glass, the ground floor can be opened up to create the ultimate family hang out. A much sought after downstairs bedroom could be also be utilised as a second living / media roomLight-filled, naturally ventilated and
The architects have opted to use natural materials wherever possible, with subtle punches of colour brought through in the painted doors. Birchwood ply ceilings and natural timber in the kitchen are not only sustainable and recyclable but give a light ‘Scandinavian’ feel to the interiors.
Upstairs the generous bedrooms are equally airy and light-filled thanks to skylights and louvres that open out to the atrium space below. A series of built-in wardrobes give the whole of the upstairs a clean, uncluttered look.
These houses are set to raise the bar - their development brings an even greater level of design and quality in a suburb that has totally reinvented itself; homes that have been specifically tailored for their individual sites and also for the needs and wellbeing of the families who will live in them.
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Read our feature article and interview with William Giesen and Cecile Bonnifait, Principals at Wellington-based Atelierworkshop Architects.
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