CPIT’s new student housing by Warren and Mahoney under construction. Very textural and graphic shapes onsite.
Donna Weir Design created these inviting and bright interiors in a modern townhouse in Merivale.
Wanaka’s new Recreation Centre by Warren and Mahoney sits on a plain with the mountains surrounding it. A strong design for the community that will lead the way for the development at Three Parks.
Three Sixty Architecture created this serene home backed by the mountain range and overlooking parkland.
Architectus have designed a beautiful, optimistic and dynamic chapel to replace the revered original that succumbed to the Christchurch earthquakes. This new chapel is full of hope and light.
How to fit a kitchen, bathroom, living and sleeping area into 14sqm? Clever interior designer Angela Pelham has done just that creating a temporary home in a shipping container while she builds her house on the same site. It has … Continue reading
O is for Olive creates wonderful bespoke typographical wall art. This shoot encapsulated their product in a beautifully styled interior.
Onsite at the PwC Building in Christchurch for Warren and Mahoney for some progress photography. Its fascinating seeing a building being put together.
A sublime family home on the edge of Lake Wakatipu that features a dramatic staircase and concrete wood cast walls with superb cedar panelling and ceilings. The home feels intimate and expansive at the same time.
Warren and Mahoney’s design for a large luxurious house in Kelvin Heights, Queenstown has created a striking entrance through a semi opaque outdoor staircase shaft, utilising very modern materials that glow when lit at night. The rooms all look to … Continue reading
Warren and Mahoney Architects recently completed this serene private pool house and exterior walls for the residents of Parkbridge on a prominent site by Hagley Park in Christchurch. They installed a playful night lighting scheme in the pool that when … Continue reading
Warren and Mahoney designed this modest yet elegant administration building adjacent to Shigeru Ban’s famous Transitional ‘Cardboard’ Cathedral and part of the development of the site for the St Johns’ parish. The building is surrounded by protected trees that play … Continue reading