We’re having a bit of fun in today’s blog post, where we’ll be putting together our wishlist for the perfect architectural Wellington house design. See if we include any of your favourite Wellington architecture features in our list and let us know if you’d like to add any of them to your own home.
Windows to watch Wellington through
We’ve been fortunate enough to have many, many opportunities to design homes with beautiful views of our cool little capital. Designing a house in Wellington that makes the most of the surrounding views is simple: you want windows, windows and more windows! If every room designed by one of our talented Wellington draughtsmen can have a window that captures sweeping city, sea or hillside views, we’ve done our job well.
Let’s face it, most Wellington homes aren’t exactly sitting on the safest of soil. With outrageous winds hitting from all sides for a majority of the year, earthquakes, corrosive sea breezes and rocky, hilly terrain, it’s a bit of a wonder why there are any houses here at all! We’re kidding of course, because despite the elements, any Wellington house designer worth their salt knows how to design and establish a home that’s fit and futureproof for your family. That’ll mean strong foundations, thick windows, sturdy support structures and a whole lot of attention to detail. Fortunately for you, our Wellington draughtsmen are adept in all matters of environment-proof architecture.
Cool, quirky style
From converted churches to giant metal industrial beams, we’re not ones to shy away from an ‘out there’ design idea. Our Wellington draughtsmen are ready to tackle any challenge with style and prowess. You’ll be amazed by what we can do with four walls and a roof! It only takes one walk around Wellington’s CBD to see that we’re an artsy bunch. We like our architecture unique, and our interiors bright, fun and altogether charming. We Wellingtonians aren’t the sorts to shy away from out-of-the-box ideas, and our architectural preferences certainly reflect this in a stylish and authentic way.