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     Berry St Townhouses These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses
These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

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     Berry St Townhouses These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses
These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

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     Berry St Townhouses These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses
These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

 Berry St Townhouses These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.  The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

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     Berry St Townhouses    These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses

These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

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     Berry St Townhouses    These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses

These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

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     Berry St Townhouses    These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.    The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

Berry St Townhouses

These two inner-city houses were designed and built subject to very tight council constraints.  The two houses were proposed for a small site and in order for both houses to have garage access the most logical solution was to have the garaging fronting the street.  To minimise the offensiveness of a site fronted by two garages, we designed the garages to appear as a singular wall across the property using vertical cedar stained black and with a concrete block wall acting as a divider between the two homes and continuing up the length of the property, eventually becoming the inter-tenancy wall.

The garage links to each house by way of a glass gallery space looking over a courtyard accessed by doors from the dining room.  Because of the size of the site it was integral that there would be a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.  This was achieved through the use of raw materials both internally and externally – the concrete bag-washed wall, a steel and wood stair and cedar cladding.

 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.  

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 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.  

In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.

To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

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 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.  

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To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.  

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To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

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 Conference Street  This structure was designed as two houses, for two separate clients with two completely different briefs.    In profile, the two homes share an inter-tenancy wall and take on two major forms from the street.  The first form contains the single-story double garage.  The second sits over the garage and cantilevers out towards the street.  To achieve privacy and the intention of an industrial aesthetic the homes are clad in black cedar and concrete block with darkened powder-coated matte steel mesh louvers over the street facing façade.  The interiors include a black steel kitchen with concrete bench top, concrete and cedar walls softened by way of a bleached oak floor and soft furnishings.

Conference Street

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     Caledonian Road    This original workers cottage was a hodgepodge of small, dark rooms and cheaply altered kitchen and bathroom.    With the ethos that quality of space is more important than the quantity of rooms we set out to create the illusion of space and light.    Installing a linear and symmetrical bathroom and toilet spreading either side of the wide central hall allowed for more effective use of space and flow of light.  Introducing bi-folding doors across the rear of the house opened up the living, dining and kitchen area to a tiled and English-hedged courtyard.  Ebony stained and polished floorboards and the custom-made black steel facing to the fireplace allowed the traditional cottage a contemporary aspect.

Caledonian Road

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     Cranmer Court Apartment     This centrally located Gothic building is a beautiful and treasured heritage building overlooking a landscaped park.  It previously housed a restaurant and our brief was to turn it from a commercial space to a residential dwelling.  We decided on a minimalist theme, drawing on inspiration from John Pawson’s work.  This enabled sleek, modern lines without detracting from the orginal architecture, which included an octagonal mail area with 11-metre high vaulted ceilings, old stone masonry and stained glass windows.  In order to allow the vast octagonal room a functioning living space, we installed a plaster dado extending up the walls to provide a gallery space for the client’s art collection and to conceal lighting to illuminate the stonework. 

Cranmer Court Apartment

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Cranmer Court Apartment

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Duvauchelle Holiday House

Situated on a hill with picturesque views over the bay and access to a small beach by foot this was a commission with a dream location.  In order to make the most of the stunning vista we designed a low, linear main pavilion with glazing across the front and rear.  This was home to an open-plan living, kitchen and dining space, designed to facilitate easy socializing.  The cavity-sliding doors opened to a large deck overlooking the bay at the front of the site, as well as to a rear courtyard, sheltered by two structures adjacent to the main pavilion housing two master bedrooms, each with an ensuite and water views.   Bench seating surrounds an outdoor fire/BBQ.  Behind the fire stairs run up towards a bunkhouse building - a two-storied structure encompassing a street-accessed garage on the top level with a bunkhouse with four built-in bunks and a luxurious shared bathroom on the lower level.

   
  
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Duvauchelle Holiday House

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Duvauchelle Holiday House

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Duvauchelle Holiday House

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Duvauchelle Holiday House

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Duvauchelle Holiday House

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    Duvauchelle Holiday House  Situated on a hill with picturesque views over the bay and access to a small beach by foot this was a commission with a dream location.  In order to make the most of the stunning vista we designed a low, linear main pavilion with glazing across the front and rear.  This was home to an open-plan living, kitchen and dining space, designed to facilitate easy socializing.  The cavity-sliding doors opened to a large deck overlooking the bay at the front of the site, as well as to a rear courtyard, sheltered by two structures adjacent to the main pavilion housing two master bedrooms, each with an ensuite and water views.   Bench seating surrounds an outdoor fire/BBQ.  Behind the fire stairs run up towards a bunkhouse building - a two-storied structure encompassing a street-accessed garage on the top level with a bunkhouse with four built-in bunks and a luxurious shared bathroom on the lower level.

Duvauchelle Holiday House

Situated on a hill with picturesque views over the bay and access to a small beach by foot this was a commission with a dream location.  In order to make the most of the stunning vista we designed a low, linear main pavilion with glazing across the front and rear.  This was home to an open-plan living, kitchen and dining space, designed to facilitate easy socializing.  The cavity-sliding doors opened to a large deck overlooking the bay at the front of the site, as well as to a rear courtyard, sheltered by two structures adjacent to the main pavilion housing two master bedrooms, each with an ensuite and water views.   Bench seating surrounds an outdoor fire/BBQ.  Behind the fire stairs run up towards a bunkhouse building - a two-storied structure encompassing a street-accessed garage on the top level with a bunkhouse with four built-in bunks and a luxurious shared bathroom on the lower level.

   
  
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     Poplar Lane Apartment    Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

Poplar Lane Apartment

Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

   
  
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    Poplar Lane Apartment  Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

Poplar Lane Apartment

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Poplar Lane Apartment

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Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

 Poplar Lane Apartment  Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

Poplar Lane Apartment

Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

 Poplar Lane Apartment  Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

Poplar Lane Apartment

Situated in an industrial inner-city location, this apartment was a cheap student dive when we were commissioned to transform it.  There were many great features still intact in the building such as the authentic old cage lift, hidden brick walls, an old service pulley on the exterior of the apartment and exposed old bridge beams and trusses.  We wanted to work with rather than against the character as much as possible, yet still allow a modern theme to prevail.

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   Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range     Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.    The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.     The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.    This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.    The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

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