Despite some bungalow-style additions to its verandah, the street-facing south elevation of this Parnell cottage/villa remained largely faithful to the original 1890s form. To the rear, however, a miscellany of additions and alterations in a variety of architectural styles, had extended the dwelling with consequential modification to the original villa roof-line.
Salmond Reed Architects
Salmond Reed Architects is a specialist practice committed to the care and restoration of New Zealand’s built heritage, including residential, commercial, institutional and marae buildings. We bring thirty years’ experience and expertise to your project, whether it involves sensitive adaptation of a character building or the design of a contemporary structure in a sensitive environmental setting (or, indeed, a combination of both.)
Our three directors, Jeremy Salmond (founding director), Rosalie Stanley and Lloyd Macomber, along with Associates, Philip Graham, Phillip Hartley and Tracey Hartley, lead a staff of around fifteen talented registered and graduate architects, chartered building surveyors, heritage planners and support staff, all of whom share a resolve to deliver optimum project solutions to meet client aspirations and budgets.