Given that the client had complete trust in the partnership and outcome of the project, when Red Architecture’s Tane Cox was engaged to create a home for interior designer Bronwyn Turton from Turton Oliver and her builder husband Bruce, both of whom he regularly works with, the brief was suitably open: a rural abode that was large enough to accommodate their grown children and grandchildren, while also cosy enough not to feel overwhelming when it was just the couple at home.
However, there was one very important pillar of the brief: the rural Gordonton property, which is set on the brow of a hill and enjoys bucolic views of north Waikato, needed a stables for a special pair: the owners’ beloved pony and horse.
Videography by Paul Brandon Films.
Video in association with Audi NZ.
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