The efficient, streamlined design of the Wanaka opens the home up to the sun and provides plenty of opportunities to interact with your environment. A raking ceiling in the lounge and open-plan living area contributes to an undeniable sense of space, while a large, galley-style kitchen ensures the ability to cater to any and every occasion. A second ensuite, which is shared by bedrooms two and three, is an added bonus.
The unique design of the Tasman leaves no room untouched by the sun and creates a sheltered outdoor area which can be enjoyed all year round. a generously-proportioned lounge means there’s always somewhere to retreat to watch your favorite movie.
There’s plenty of space and plenty of personality on offer in the Pūkakī, a modern take on the classic colonial villa which boasts two master bedrooms. Outside, the wrap-around veranda contributes to the charm of an expansive contemporary home.
The Kiwi landscape is incredibly diverse. When it comes to building, that means different conditions – and different challenges – depending on where you live. Fortunately, we’ve got franchises all over the country. And those franchises are run by people with an intimate understanding of everything from the local environment to the local building codes.