Lunchbox Architect featured project archives

May 2016

K Valley House by Herbst Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Rusting Corrugated Iron on this Stunning Home is Like Rural Camouflage

The perfect retreat for a director and camera operator in the film industry, this home has no shortage of cinematic drama.

The Exploding! Shed House by David Weir Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Industrial Home/Studio Compliments Illustrator's Punchy Aesthetic

A compact weatherboard cottage explodes from the sides of a prefabricated shed to provide space for an illustrator to live and work.

338 Worsleys by Young Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Relaxed Home Channels the Relaxed Vibe of a Traditional NZ Bach

This home is "designed to give the same carefree relaxing ambience as a bach - step in, kick off your shoes and grab a glass of wine."

Arruba by Bossley Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Fun Red Box Floats Daringly Over Original Home to Provide Extra Space

This extension continues a tradition of relaxed, colourful and small-scaled modifications which have been occurring for generations.

Nelson House by Kerr Ritchie Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Warm NZ House Designed to Embrace the Sun and View of Tasman Bay

A warm new home for a young family wraps around a courtyard space to create a protected area for the kids to play and the family to enjoy the stunning ocean views.

Studio 19 Community Housing by Strachan Group Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Architecture Students Also Design and Build Two Community Houses

Studio 19 are at it again, designing two stunning community houses for a not-for-profit organisation in New Zealand.

Studio 19 Bach by Strachan Group Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Beach House Designed and Built by a Group of Architecture Students

Small in both budget and footprint, but clever thinking and innovative solutions have produced a home which ticks all the boxes...

Bach House by Jamison Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Home That Embraces and Enhances the Site's Unique Natural Features

A magnificent 100 year old fig tree and a small creek are treated as sacred elements in this home which embraces its environment.

Stepped House by Rob Kennon Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Stepped House Deals with a Sloping South-Facing Site with Style

Each room of this addition steps down with the contours of the site, while the plan zigzags to access light and connect to the garden.

Water Factory by Andrew Simpson Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Converted Warehouse in Fitzroy Creates a Home for an Extended Family

This converted warehouse in Fitzroy involved refitting of a beautiful old warehouse to become a flexible home for an extended family.

Cut-away Roof House by Scale Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Cut-away Roof House: A Contemporary Addition that Looks Right at Home

Additional floor area provided by this renovation offers much needed functional space for a growing family, without any excess or waste.

Erpingham House by MSG Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Compact, Sustainable and Affordable Alternative to Project Homes

There's not much diversity (or sustainability) in your average project home. With a bit of luck, Erpingham House will change all that.


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