2018 Wellington Architecture Awards Winner
The three gabled forms, each distinguishing a pavilion, set among established kohekohe trees, set a calm scene for this new house. The pavilions allow a mother and daughter, along with a caregiver, to live independent but connected lives. The living spaces make the most of sun and have been orientated for wide outlooks – a necessity for people who spend a lot of time inside. Timber decks, lightly covered with polycarbonate roofing, create sheltered connections between the buildings.