• Rhodes Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: MCD Architecture

    Construction: CYB Construction Ltd.

    The Rhodes St Apartments project involved the substantial renovation of a 1934 building, which was damaged by the Christchurch earthquakes. Four flats have been turned into two spacious flats, which were rebuilt from the ground up, starting with the new foundations. It was decided to capitalise on the simple, timber exterior look and retain as much of the timber and 1930s features on the inside where possible. The owners and designers have followed the architect’s intent to create a high quality building and have retained features of an American Colonial Revival style.

    Awards:  2019 NZ Commercial Projects – Bronze Award

  • Rhodes Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: MCD Architecture

    Construction: CYB Construction Ltd.

    The Rhodes St Apartments project involved the substantial renovation of a 1934 building, which was damaged by the Christchurch earthquakes. Four flats have been turned into two spacious flats, which were rebuilt from the ground up, starting with the new foundations. It was decided to capitalise on the simple, timber exterior look and retain as much of the timber and 1930s features on the inside where possible. The owners and designers have followed the architect’s intent to create a high quality building and have retained features of an American Colonial Revival style.

    Awards:  2019 NZ Commercial Projects – Bronze Award

  • Rhodes Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: MCD Architecture

    Construction: CYB Construction Ltd.

    The Rhodes St Apartments project involved the substantial renovation of a 1934 building, which was damaged by the Christchurch earthquakes. Four flats have been turned into two spacious flats, which were rebuilt from the ground up, starting with the new foundations. It was decided to capitalise on the simple, timber exterior look and retain as much of the timber and 1930s features on the inside where possible. The owners and designers have followed the architect’s intent to create a high quality building and have retained features of an American Colonial Revival style.

    Awards:  2019 NZ Commercial Projects – Bronze Award

  • Rhodes Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: MCD Architecture

    Construction: CYB Construction Ltd.

    The Rhodes St Apartments project involved the substantial renovation of a 1934 building, which was damaged by the Christchurch earthquakes. Four flats have been turned into two spacious flats, which were rebuilt from the ground up, starting with the new foundations. It was decided to capitalise on the simple, timber exterior look and retain as much of the timber and 1930s features on the inside where possible. The owners and designers have followed the architect’s intent to create a high quality building and have retained features of an American Colonial Revival style.

    Awards:  2019 NZ Commercial Projects – Bronze Award

  • Kotare Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    Beautifully designed and constructed, this urban sanctuary, tucked off a busy road, gives the owners their desired privacy and piece of mind. The robust design deals with the challenging ground conditions without compromising on architectural form. This house picked up the second of three NZIA Awards for Nott Architects that year.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Kotare Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    Beautifully designed and constructed, this urban sanctuary, tucked off a busy road, gives the owners their desired privacy and piece of mind. The robust design deals with the challenging ground conditions without compromising on architectural form. This house picked up the second of three NZIA Awards for Nott Architects that year.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Montreal Street, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Clive Barrington

    A NZIA award winner, the bold colours on this house formed from two disctinct pods with a linking gallery really has a personality of its own. Structex provided the structural design for this funky house on a tight site, working with Notts to bring the vision of interesting spaces to life.

    Awards:  2017 NZIA Canterbury Architecture Award Winner

  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2005

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architects

    Construction: Fletcher Construction

    The design of these three-storey townhouses was challenged by constraints of time, style and serviceability, demanding a design solution outside of the normal approach.

    The solution developed used the benefits of a precast concrete system. Floor systems were a custom precast element including service ducts. Complex stair shapes with winders were formed in a mould with multiple re-uses. Elements were tailored to the capacity of the crawler crane. The architectural aesthetics of traditional cladding forms integrated with the appearance of the traditional neighbourhood.

    Design Features:

    • Fully precast walls, floors, and stairs with winders.
    • Efficient use of concrete for structure, acoustics, fire protection.
  • Addington, Christchurch

    Completion: 2005

    Architecture: Fulton Ross Team Architects

    Construction: Fletcher Construction

    The design of these three-storey townhouses was challenged by constraints of time, style and serviceability, demanding a design solution outside of the normal approach.

    The solution developed used the benefits of a precast concrete system. Floor systems were a custom precast element including service ducts. Complex stair shapes with winders were formed in a mould with multiple re-uses. Elements were tailored to the capacity of the crawler crane. The architectural aesthetics of traditional cladding forms integrated with the appearance of the traditional neighbourhood.

    Design Features:

    • Fully precast walls, floors, and stairs with winders.
    • Efficient use of concrete for structure, acoustics, fire protection.
  • Rhode Street Apartments

  • Kotare Street

  • Montreal Street

  • Poulson Street Apartments