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The recently completed Parekura Bay House is another iteration of our “encampment” houses.  Three separate wings sit almost parallel to each other, following the slope of the land and gently rotating in plan as they drop down the hill. You can read and see more photos over on our website. Photos by Simon Devitt



Photos of the recently completed Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom by Simon Devitt. You can see more over on our website here 


A sunny site visit yesterday at the Hearing House!

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Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom making great progress!




Alterations at Mir and Pete’s place are nearing completion. This stage, at least! New tower, canopy, window joinery have transformed the house internally and externally.

The exterior cladding for the Hearing House is underway; with the roof 95% complete!


A pop of colour for the new museum and library in Foxton!


Our recent project ‘White House’ in Takapuna featured on Design Milk, an online magazine. You can read the article here.

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Level two is underway at The Hearing House in Greenlane, with the exterior wall framing getting started. The roof is due to be complete in two weeks.

In an extensive interview ‘Future by design‘ in the May issue of M2 magazine, Pete talks about the importance of architecture, how it is produced, medium density housing and urban intensification in Auckland, the exorbitant cost of building materials and the need for designers to maintain a radical viewpoint in the face of a world that favours conservatism.