Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Brian Brake House, Ron Sang, 1974 THE COLLECTOR I’ve loved this house since i was a kid, when most of my friends lived in similarly- sited places within its forested neighborhood. The area seemed so peaceful (and so different from my own more.

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Westmere house by Stevens Lawson Architects. Photograph by Mark Smith.

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prefabnsmallhomes: “The Thurston Studio, Wellington, New Zealand by Architect Cushla Thurston.

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Architect’s Own House "Brown bread" modernism Vernon Brown Remuera, Auckland 1939

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Still a classic: the Gibbs house designed in 1984 by David Mitchell. The house features in our 'Brown Bread / Sugar Cube' feature on iconic NZ homes in the current issue. 📷 by Gillian Chaplin, courtesy

Two of New Zealand's brightest architectural brains undertook the tough task of choosing our country's best homes from the past eighty years

Mitchell Stout House "Frayed" timber edges "Brown bread" modernism David Mitchell and Julie Stout, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1990

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