Arrowtown Museum The iconic former BNZ building in Arrowtown was built in 1875, and now houses the Lakes District Museum. Designed by the notable Robert Lawson, and built during a
Dalefield Panoramic House has a simple and modern design with panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains from the first floor. The house features a plain roof but is highlighted by a featured zinc cladding. As with many projects the devil is in the detail. For this one the zinc work around the eyebrows on the first-floor level, particularly around the balcony areas, presented many challenges. The finished product looks clean and sharp and the use of zinc, with its unique colouring, helps this modern house to blend into the surrounding, beautiful environment.
Builder: GS Cayless
Architect: Koia Architects
Material: VM Quartz Zinc
Profile: Single lock standing seam
Standing proud on the western edge of the Octagon, Forsyth Barr House is a familiar landmark for many in Dunedin. This project was another example of how seamlessly working as
Located on the cliff tops above St. Clair Beach in Dunedin / Otepoti, the client’s brief was for a sculptural and engaging two-bedroom home, to showcase her art collection while
A key feature of this outstanding design is the eye-catching copper cladding. Copper was an obvious choice of material as it is natural and long lasting.
Nestled in the charming, former goldrush village of Arrowtown, under the magnificent peaks of the Southern Alps, this new home is modern and peaceful.
V25 panels give an elegant appearance because of their flat nature and a recessed joint.
Mt Isthmus Lodge is a newly completed, luxury lodge on the shores of Lake Hawea. The client provided the architect with Glasgow River Museum as inspiration for the design concept.
The Arrowtown House is a high end, architectural build, with external cladding (both Zinc Standing Seam and ZAM corrugate) continuing throughout the interior of the home.
Threepwood House is a comprised of a series of steeply pitched, gable pavilions. The roofline may be simple, however the technicality lies within the linear detail.
This beautiful Queenstown house features flat lock panels on the reverse wings, front and back, and the chimneys, combined with single lock standing seam panels on the roof.
This is an all natural home with materials that connect with the ground, from the rammed earth walls, copper roof and on through to the rainwater goods.
Nestled in the mountains and the Central Otago landscape, contrasting materials suit this modest family home.