Patchwork Architecture

Patchwork Architecture are a small architectural duo – Ben Mitchell-Anyon & Sally Ogle – based in Wellington, New Zealand. Their Architectural style focuses on basic materials to create stunning virtuoso designs, that are expertly assembled and beautifully considered.

“We started working together in late 2011, when along with Tim Gittos (now of Spacecraft Architects) we left our jobs in Wellington, moved to Whanganui, and launched into building the DogBox. We wanted to further our theoretical and drawn understanding of architecture through knowledge of the physical craft of building.

A year later, the DogBox was complete, and had picked up a couple of accolades along the way – including being selected as one of six finalists in HOME magazine ‘Home of the Year 2013’.

Following that we set up our studio in Wellington, taking practical knowledge back to the drawing board, to help our clients create beautiful, efficient, warm, economical spaces that suit their purpose and location.”

LOCATION: Wellington, New Zealand

Dogbox is a House on a Steep Whanganui Hillside / New Zealand

The Dogbox was designed and built by Ben Mitchell-Anyon and Sally Ogle -(Patchwork Architecture) and Tim Gittos (now of Spacecraft Architects). The house is located in Whanganui, a city on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The design of the Dogbox was directly influenced by 4 rusty trusses we bought off Trademe, and a

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