A study released by Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust is the first research anywhere in the world to specifically evaluate the value buyers place on the sunshine hours received by different property. This puts some numbers on what we have been saying to clients for years – not so much the cost of
Aonui won the Residential Interior category with the Saddle Hill House,Tawa, at the Resene Total Colour Awards – 8th September 2016 Saddle Hill House, Tawa Judges said: “The warmth of the neutral wall colours – when so often we see white – creates an underlying sense of cosiness and warmth, reinforced by the stronger colour
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Aonui won at the recent 2016 Architecture Awards in the ‘Small Project’ category with a design for an Artist’s Studio. Martinborough Artist Studio. The judges gave the following description: “The sloping roof line and corrugated aluminium cladding of this very charming artist studio and sleepout give just a hint of farm vernacular. Within the box, plywood
Aonui has just been shortlisted for a 2016 NZIA Award within the category ‘Small Project Architecture’ for our Artist’s Studio in Martinborough! Judges will be visiting site mid-March on a jury tour and results should be out on 28 April! Watch this space!
“Smart solutions the Wright way” says Dominion Post, 7 March 2015. Wellington’s Richard Wright is an entrepreneur, environmentalist and inventor as much as an architect and after 30 years in the industry he continues to push the boundaries of innovation when it comes to building houses. Jill Wild explains, in an architect profile. Richard Wright
Otago Daily Times ran this promotion on 14 February 2015 for our much loved Dunstan Halt which is on the market! This is a house designed to be seen in the expansive Central landscape but not intrude upon it. It was designed in 2008 by Wellington firm Aonui Architecture for owners wanting to live a
Have a look at the latest Stuff House of the Week, hope you like it as much as we do! One couple’s quest to “live lightly on the land” led to them creating the ultimate retreat – an environmentally friendly eco-home built right into nature. After downing tools to sail the world some years ago,
Windows are about to go in at Pirie St! Looking forward to seeing the scaffolding come down in the next month so that we can see the latest addition to the neighbourhood.
High on “Saddle Hill” above Tawa, this active solar house is rapidly taking shape. Roof due next week. See more about Saddle Hill house