Located within the relatively recently developed suburb of Kennedys Bush, this property offered unobstructed views across the Canterbury Plains towards the Southern Alps on one side and a network of mountain biking trails on the other—both high on the list of selling points.
With few restrictions other than the usual height-to-boundary ratios, as well as the need to tame the famous ‘Christchurch easterlies’, Architectural Designer Robert Weir was free to design and build a home that would, literally, be all things to all people.
“It’s always an interesting proposition when you’re both the designer and the client in terms of being able to choose a particular style or set of parameters and then stick to that, particularly when you’re being constantly ‘tempted’ by the latest options for products and technologies in the market.
Videography by Paul Brandon Films.
Video in association with Audi NZ.
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