Houses NZ, December 2015
December 2015 (Issue 38)
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Vernon Townhouses remembered
Pip Cheshire recalls one of his bold, colourful additions to the built environment from the halcyon days of the ‘80s.
House as waterway: Mellons Bay House
The relationship between land and water has been explored through the architecture of this clifftop residence.
Bold geometry: Wanaka House
This modernist house eschews the traditional vernacular yet remains complementary to its surroundings.
Hidden retreat: Mt Maunganui House
This discreet holiday home sits lightly on its beachside site.
Two in one: Langs Beach House
An architecturally designed modular system makes the ideal inter-generational holiday home.
Architect interview: Francis Whitaker
editor Justin Foote talks to Francis Whitaker of Mason & Wales Architects about a life spent in architecture.
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