Ponsonby Tce

Posted on 13 May, 2014 21:01pm

Central Auckland residential sites are in hot demand and are reaching record prices. These projects often face difficulties with layers of Council rules to be navigated through such as heritage and density requirements. If thought of in the right way these rules can provide opportunities that lead to surprising and successful design outcomes. The house at Ponsonby Terrace featured in a recent Trends Magazine is a project that while unashamedly new draws from the character and heritage of its surroundings.

Read more details here @ Trends Magazine.


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