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Wiltshire Residence

Project Year: 2011
Project Cost: $500,001 NZD - $750,000 NZD
Country: New Zealand
Wiltshire Residence
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The style of the home with weatherboards, timber facings and bay windows ties in naturally with the era of the suburb and the brief of the client. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The style of the home with weatherboards, timber facings and bay windows ties in naturally with the era of the suburb and the brief of the client. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The style of the home with weatherboards, timber facings and bay windows ties in naturally with the era of the suburb and the brief of the client. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The privacy issue with the neighbours has been dealt with through high slot windows, skylights and glazing to the gable end allowing the main living area to receive natural light. This combined with raking ceilings and flush soffits creates a sense of volume and a light filled space. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The privacy issue with the neighbours has been dealt with through high slot windows, skylights and glazing to the gable end allowing the main living area to receive natural light. This combined with raking ceilings and flush soffits creates a sense of volume and a light filled space. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The first floor provides for the master bedroom, study and main living area with an undercover deck taking advantage of the views and neighbouring park. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The privacy issue with the neighbours has been dealt with through high slot windows, skylights and glazing to the gable end allowing the main living area to receive natural light. This combined with raking ceilings and flush soffits creates a sense of volume and a light filled space. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The privacy issue with the neighbours has been dealt with through high slot windows, skylights and glazing to the gable end allowing the main living area to receive natural light. This combined with raking ceilings and flush soffits creates a sense of volume and a light filled space. Photography by Jim Janse.
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The first floor provides for the master bedroom, study and main living area with an undercover deck taking advantage of the views and neighbouring park. Photography by Jim Janse
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The first floor provides for the master bedroom, study and main living area with an undercover deck taking advantage of the views and neighbouring park. Photography by Jim Janse.
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Wiltshire Residence
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The privacy issue with the neighbours has been dealt with through high slot windows, skylights and glazing to the gable end allowing the main living area to receive natural light. This combined with raking ceilings and flush soffits creates a sense of volume and a light filled space. Photography by Jim Janse
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The first floor provides for the master bedroom, study and main living area with an undercover deck taking advantage of the views and neighbouring park. Photography by Jim Janse.
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