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Great to see Pete’s writings about Encampments appear in Architecture NZ July 2019 Issue. For years Bossley Architects have been designing houses as groups of buildings which create encampments and suggested courtyards, reinforced by the landscape, as a Kiwi evolution of the more traditional walled gardens of europe, middle east and asia. A fine example of these, the Fold House in the Bay of Islands, with it’s gently undulating triangulated roof, appears on the cover. Photo by Simon Devitt. Great work by Peter Sisam, Don McKenzie, Tim Lane, Karen Ngan Kee, Peter Westbrook, John Deuchress with Pete Bossley. Built beautifully by Lindesay Construction

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Steel staircase primed and ready to be installed in one of our Takapuna houses. The steel balustrades weave around a skylight together creating two white ribbons emanating in natural daylight

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We are thrilled to announce The Hearing House won a Silver Award at the NZ Commercial Project Awards on Friday Night. Congrats to Amstar and BGT  Structures
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Our house project going up on Takapuna Beach, all wrapped up for Easter

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A beautiful tiled splash back by Miriam van Wezel at our Red House in rural Auckland

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Great to see our Red House in rural Auckland nearing completion

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White House in Takapuna, featuring in October/November Issue of Home Magazine

 

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We are delighted that the Parekura Bay House has been nominated for the Habitus House of the Year. You can visit the project and vote at  www.habitusliving.com/houseoftheyear

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We are delighted that Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom in Foxton has won another award, this time the international NEC Project of the Year 2018 for the strong collaborative approach which procured the building.

Congratulations in particular to the Project Manager Marc Palmer for overseeing this contract so successfully.

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