Likened to an "art gallery by the sea" by Design New England magazine, the interior architecture and design plan of this new construction home is inspired by local farmhouse vernacular and boat-building traditions.
Classic Landscape Design
A design which brings this beautiful refined building to the fore. Note the classical elements: steel gates, block and plaster walls and pillars with Killarney stone detailing, vases, copings, old demolition bricks, white pergola, concrete fireplace with fire bricks and mantle, courtyards, lawns, steps and lovely old fashioned planting.
Décor et Tissu Showroom
The showroom in Mt Eden Village is a wonderful space for me to showcase my interior design aesthetic, which is about blending old and new pieces to create classic and timeless interiors that are also practical for today’s living.
Glamourous Old-School Villa, New Lynn
This old character home in New Lynn recently had its original concrete floor levelled and sealed then had a chevron Oak timber floor laid overtop, which was custom stained and coated on site.
Hilltop Whare Wananga
A project like no other, “Whare Wananga” is Maori for “house of learning” and has been designed for New Zealand-born international investor, Peter Cooper, as the centrepiece of his magnificent “The Landing” development in the Bay of Islands.
Set on 2 beautiful acres in the lee of a finely contoured hill, this circa 1914 cottage was in dire need of restoration & additional floor space to cater for a growing family.
The interior architecture and design plan connects this new home to the beauty of the land, with its expansive meadow views. Natural, found and unexpected materials are incorporated throughout, bringing the outdoors in with warmth, texture and the patina of age befitting a gracious country home.
After an extension renovation, this almost 5,000 square foot city residence now exudes quiet luxury. Long sight lines were established to capitalize on expansive views.
Herne Bay Residential Fit out 2
For this project I worked alongside an interior designer, and I was responsible for the production and installation (not, in this case, the fabric selection) of the window treatments.