Renovating your home is a tempting option when the family have outgrown their living space and wish to improve their lifestyles. This project is a case in point – the owners’ objective was to have a more cohesive home that suited the needs of their family and allowed them to have the best of both worlds – inside and out.
This entertaining area provides its owners with the ultimate in contemporary outdoor living. Designed by architect David Hill of Wilson and Hill Architects, the project design was influenced by the need to integrate the addition with the existing family home. The result maximises the space on the property and its magnificent location, as well as creating a harmonious flow between the indoors and outdoors.
Comfortable sofas and an Escea EF5000 fireplace have converted the outdoor space of this property into an ‘extra room’ which is highly appreciated by the owners. Let’s review details of the transformation and secrets of the project undertaken by Flourish Gardens.
Indoor-outdoor flow is very important for many people who like to make the most of their urban gardens. Many city dwellers would love to relax in their outdoor space on colder days and not just use the swimming pool in summer. A covered deck and an outdoor fireplace can be a good start to make this option possible.
Telecom Central in Wellington city is a state of the art office and retail space which was awarded a 5 Green Star rating due to its environmentally friendly design and performance. As the headquarters of Telecom New Zealand the building is around 19,000m sq and houses around 1700 employees. It was built using a thermally active exterior and tactile office interior with the future of their staff and growth in mind. …Read More