Character meets relaxed family living
This airy, modern showhome has great street presence and a stylish interior – two elegant living spaces, a central, chef-friendly kitchen and wrap-around sheltered outdoor living make it ideal for entertaining and family
Industrial chic becomes this sprawling family home
High ceilings, wall-sized windows and flowing connections give this industrial-accented home a light-filled, welcoming appeal
Elegant and stylish living
With flowing, well connected living spaces, and generous alfresco dining on the central, sheltered deck, this GJ Gardner showhome is perfect for a relaxed family lifestyle and effortless entertaining
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A statement home right from the street
Boasting great street presence, this show home is equally impressive beyond the front door with visual links right through the home to the expansive living spaces that open to generous decks at the rear. A light-filled atrium and a generous landing area also feature.
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Sheltered pavilion offers views out both sides of this upmarket lakeside home
With an elegant approach and sheltered indoor-outdoor spaces, this sunny home opens up to panoramic lake views and an internal landscape of its own
This home's rustic charm is backed by modern-day convenience
Whether you live in the country or simply dream of it, this four-bedroom home reflects a classic country feel but with all modern conveniences included
“Working closely with our clients we've created a home ideal for escaping to on the weekend and making memories with family and friends.” – Jason McGirr, managing director, Fowler Homes Queenstown
Two-storey showhome responds to its lake and mountain setting and offers a relaxed family lifestyle – new home, homebuilders
Strong and dramatic on the outside, spacious, light-filled and well-organised on the inside, this GJ Gardner family home in Wanaka really is all about living your best life
U-shaped, four-bedroom home wraps around a central courtyard – home builder
A soaring 2.7m tongue-and-groove ceiling sets off this living, dining, kitchen area in a new home by Fowler Homes Auckland South. The living area opens up to a long timber deck via a wall of glass sliders.
Rural not rustic – home builder
Whether you're building rural or in the city, a home builder will know the design dos and don'ts. This Landmark Homes design echoes farm building shapes, although the wall of glass trained on the landscape is a giveaway
Home’s architecture capitalises on views – including from master suite – home builder
Want to get the most from your budget while pursuing your dreams? The design disciplines for this master suite were as precise and exacting as in the rest of the home. Home designer and builder MDS created the resort-like residence
A Hamptons homestead, rustic retreat, entertainer's sensation, family fun house – GJ Gardner responds to the verve and individuality of New Zealanders with an array of options
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – new home, home builder
This home looks stunning and is organised for an easy life – the right home builder creates a home with lifestyle built in. At one end of the first floor sits the master suite, with large sliding glass panels opening to the shaded balcony. At the other end is the cantilevered private guest suite.
Rural not rustic
A nod to appropriate farm architecture and shaped by the owners' requests, this family home's barn-like profile conceals a decidedly contemporary interior
Spacious, light-filled and built for entertaining, this home lets you feel like you’re on permanent holiday
Relaxed and spacious with fabulous indoor-outdoor flow, this GJ Gardner-built home offers a resort-style ambience
Romantic French farmhouse exterior – but step inside! – home builders,kitchen
Not all features greet you head-on. Wood interiors in this home are accentuated by a beautiful batten ceiling overhead
New home custom-designed to owners’ unique vision
This luxury, resort-style home features a bespoke Corten steel cladding system – the character residence is by Fowler Homes Waikato
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – home builder – stair hub
A sculptural central stair helps organise the interior circulation of this dynamic, propeller-shaped home. A great home builder has the vision to create a design that gets the most from a site and budget – and has the ability to greet potentially tricky elements with a seamless solution.
Expansive, light-filled home threads elegantly between existing tall willow trees – home builders
Testament to the skill of the builders as well as the architects, this home’s airy living spaces required exact finishes, with no kickboards or ceiling cornices to hide mistakes.
Playful, angular home makes all the right connections – home builders – new homes
By strategic positioning of the core of this home, the architects were able to create interesting internal spaces and provide the solar gain required, along with differing views in all directions.
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – home builder – transparent outcome
This architectural home is in the shape of a propeller and features long lines of sight throughout. With a professional home builder, all factors are transparent – from design to progress to budget – not just the glazed walls.
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – home builder
A great site is one thing but it takes a great home builder to make your dreams take flight. To make the most of unobstructed views of the Los Angeles basin from the Getty Center to Long Beach, architect SPF:a designed this three-storey home with a Y- or propeller-shaped plan.
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Our most popular new home story of 2020
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Renovate your home loan to help you renovate your home!
Kiwis are looking to spend on renovations. That’s according to Independent Economist Tony Alexander’s November 2020 Spending Patterns Survey, which shows more than 30% of respondents are looking to spend more on sprucing up their homes. This isn’t a one off. It’s been a notable trend in the monthly data post-COVID-19
Rising to the situation
Set on a modest footprint, this see-through three-level home climbs to the sun and views. The house also responds to the pristine setting in terms of material connections and boasts such sustainable heating and cooling efficiency that the heating is seldom if ever used.