Houses NZ, September 2017
September 2017 (Issue 45)
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Justine Harvey talks to a range of New Zealand architects about how they design for smaller inner city homes.
A chat with Jack Trolove
Camille Khouri spoke with Wellington artist Jack Trolove about his art, studio and his Auckland exhibition.
Architects in Profile: Rogan Nash
With serious architectural pedigree, Eva Nash and Kate Rogan have built their practice designing exceptional homes.
Private oasis: Carrie Street House
A young family commissioned their best friend to create a 1970s’ Brazilian jungle pad in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham.
Sense of craft: Sea Change House
With hills behind and the sea a block away, this home was a gentle introduction to the city for a couple used to open fields.
Lovingly crafted: Courtyard House
This former worker’s cottage has been slowly transformed into an ideal and permanent home for two Wellington architects.
Urban living: bookshelf
We’ve handpicked a selection of books on designing for urban living, as well as small house living.
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