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Renovated villa design from New Zealand featuring wooden weatherboards and corrugated roofing.
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Jagged Edge, Queenstown. What a house! As seen in... | Trendsideas.com
Preceding pages This new beach houws was designed to maximise expansive ocean views.
trendsideas.com: architecture, kitchen and bathroom design: Past revisited
Warm heart from Renovation Trends volume 2607
The extension of this house was designed to tie in seamlessly with the existing architecture.
This historic homestead enjoys large grounds and expansive views.
A pavilion-style addition to this elevation accommodates a pool room, which can also be a teenager's retreat.
This restored Edwardian homestead is a local landmark in an inner-city suburb.
The renovation has added 40% more space and created a harmonious transition between original and renovated elements.
The 19th-century villa shown here was originally roofed in timber shingles.
The front and rear of the house have bifolding doors that open onto outdoor spaces.
Masonry chimneys serving the home's six fireplaces are designed to fit with the intricate details of the fretwork and mouldings.
Kawau Island's Mansion House was the original inspiration for many of the ideas for the final look of the residence.
A new veranda at the front of the house mimics the style of the original.
This home's traditional-look elements include solid timber window frames and doors
Renovation work on this home included an upgraded stairwell which required extending the building envelope slightly on the left of the residence.
It's the attention to detail that makes all the difference when you are renovating a character villa or period home.
Despite extensive renovations to the rear of this villa, the house retains its traditional character.
Filling in the gaps from Renovation volume 2614
Extensive excavations beneath the house created space for three-car garaging, a new wine cellar, laundry and storage facilities.
Renovating made simple from Renovation Trends volume 2707
"In order to make good architecture sing you have to have a vision of the end result that you aim to achieve. And that is what happened with this property." - Developer Tyrone Le Roux