This 135 square metre house is located in an inner city Wellington suburb. Tight sunlight planes from all four neighbours, luscious existing native vegetation and a steep slope on an unusually shaped site determined the folded boomerang shape.
Patchwork Architecture are a small architectural duo based in Wellington, New Zealand. Their Architectural style focuses on basic materials to create stunning virtuoso designs, that are expertly assembled and beautifully considered.
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 […]