Beautiful Spaces with Unbelievable Energy Efficiency
Anyone can build something that looks good. True quality? That’s when it works beautifully too – effortlessly warm, dry and healthy. These are buildings that are more than just places to live or work – they’re legacies, with future-proofed technology and design techniques that build for today, with an eye on tomorrow. It’s about architecture that’s so precisely considered, it sets the standard for everything that comes afterward.
“By embracing elements that I valued, then encouraging me to consider alternative materials, features and passive house design principals, they have ensured my home is a delight to view, and to live in.”
Margaret Christie, home completed 2013
Energy Efficient and Passive House Architecture
Using principles of industry-leading Passive House design, all our projects offer almost-unheard-of levels of energy efficiency. They perhaps need to be seen to be believed. By retaining heat, circulating air and releasing moisture, your new build operates as if by magic – warm in winter, cool in summer, dry and healthy. It’s an approach that will reduce your energy consumption, but more than that, will create an example of sustainable excellence that will last for generations to come.
We’re on This Journey Together
The perfect building should precisely meet your brief – whether you’re planning a dream home or a multi-storey facility. With the expertise of our industry specialists, you’ll see your ideas made real and your vision come to life.
Working alongside our talented in-house team is a range of external consultants, contractors and suppliers who build on our knowledge and experience, to deliver precisely what your project needs.
You Could Be Saving Up to 90% on Your Heating
With 5 times better thermal efficiency than the typical Kiwi building, you’ll be cool in summer, warm in winter without doing a thing.
In fact, with the use of Passive House design principles, our buildings can save you up to 90% on your heating bill every year. It truly has to be seen to believed.