This was a medium size renovation, pushing out the external walls, and placing two large steel beams into the ceiling allowing for a new open plan kitchen, lounge and dining room which leads out onto the new sun-drenched deck.
This striking stacked home climbs four stories up a steep Auckland site. Talk about next level. The open terraced design with tray roofing promises superior solar gain and an unimpeded outlook.
The interiors of Ussher Place are awash with natural light thanks to an open plan lounge and kitchen nestled downstairs. Large sliding doors open onto a warm, sun-filled timber wrap-around deck, perfect for enjoying weekend brunch or evening BBQ’s.
She may be more than a century old, but this St Mary’s Bay sweetheart is still full of surprises. An extensive restoration has allowed the Auckland abode to lead a double life. With the property in desperate need of repair, the owner decided to create a two-bedroom flat downstairs and a single-bedroom dwelling upstairs.
This build was a 4 story apartment block with each a modest 200-250m2 each. This was a Insitu concrete and concrete block structure with concrete midfloors. All the retaining walls where waterproofed to a very high spec. The roof had a low pitch double layer torch on Nurply product.
This was an amazing job and the biggest renovation project that Page and Daley Builders have been involved in to date. This project has everything from a movie theatre, tennis court and 2.5m pool. Gerrad Hall Architects did an amazing job which made the build easy from a building point of view.
Lantern Drive was a job with a difference. We pushed out the external walls on the back side of the house to make way for the new back door, laundry, kitchen, dining room, and new decks.
This was a great project and the result was a house that came up like brand new. The architect used Cadman for this house. This project was a full gut and rebuild with a new floor layout for the whole house including pushing the top floor out to add another bedroom and stairwell access.
She may be more than a century old, but this St Mary’s Bay sweetheart is still full of surprises. An extensive restoration has allowed the Auckland abode to lead a double life.