• Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bob Burnett Architecture

    Construction: ZBuilt

    A residential house rebuilt following the Canterbury earthquakes. The site is located in a mass-movement zone on the Port Hills and is subject to rock fall risks. Rockfall risks were reduced by a catchment area. The house is supported on a robust foundation system consisting of braced timber piles with plywood subfloor bracing and steel ties to reduce structure movement due to land movement down slope. The house uses a CLT floor and CLT skillion roof over the front portion of the house. Timber walls were prefabricated which reduced construction time. The house has a 6 Star homestar rating due to insulation and energy efficiency detailing and featured in the 2018 Superhome tour.

  • Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bob Burnett Architecture

    Construction: ZBuilt

    A residential house rebuilt following the Canterbury earthquakes. The site is located in a mass-movement zone on the Port Hills and is subject to rock fall risks. Rockfall risks were reduced by a catchment area. The house is supported on a robust foundation system consisting of braced timber piles with plywood subfloor bracing and steel ties to reduce structure movement due to land movement down slope. The house uses a CLT floor and CLT skillion roof over the front portion of the house. Timber walls were prefabricated which reduced construction time. The house has a 6 Star homestar rating due to insulation and energy efficiency detailing and featured in the 2018 Superhome tour.

  • Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bob Burnett Architecture

    Construction: ZBuilt

    A residential house rebuilt following the Canterbury earthquakes. The site is located in a mass-movement zone on the Port Hills and is subject to rock fall risks. Rockfall risks were reduced by a catchment area. The house is supported on a robust foundation system consisting of braced timber piles with plywood subfloor bracing and steel ties to reduce structure movement due to land movement down slope. The house uses a CLT floor and CLT skillion roof over the front portion of the house. Timber walls were prefabricated which reduced construction time. The house has a 6 Star homestar rating due to insulation and energy efficiency detailing and featured in the 2018 Superhome tour.

  • Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Bob Burnett Architecture

    Construction: ZBuilt

    A residential house rebuilt following the Canterbury earthquakes. The site is located in a mass-movement zone on the Port Hills and is subject to rock fall risks. Rockfall risks were reduced by a catchment area. The house is supported on a robust foundation system consisting of braced timber piles with plywood subfloor bracing and steel ties to reduce structure movement due to land movement down slope. The house uses a CLT floor and CLT skillion roof over the front portion of the house. Timber walls were prefabricated which reduced construction time. The house has a 6 Star homestar rating due to insulation and energy efficiency detailing and featured in the 2018 Superhome tour.

  • Rapaki Road, Hillsborough, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Fiona MacPherson Architecture

    Construction: Kumanu

    This house was built on a site after the original house was demolished following the Canterbury earthquakes. It is located on the top buffer zone of a mass movement zone on the Port Hills, and so has specialist foundations to anchor the house to the more stable upper part of the site. The house sits on a braced steel subfloor which forms a carport and storage area, with living areas upstairs. The house utilised prefabricated insulated wall and ceiling panels and has been designed to a higher standard of energy efficiency and performance than minimum Building Code requirements. The house is clad in Totara harvested by the Department of Conservation following a windfall event, increasing sustainability of the house. Structex provided structural design of the foundation and subfloor, with input into SED timber elements in the skillion roof and walls.

  • Rapaki Road, Hillsborough, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: Fiona MacPherson Architecture

    Construction: Kumanu

    This house was built on a site after the original house was demolished following the Canterbury earthquakes. It is located on the top buffer zone of a mass movement zone on the Port Hills, and so has specialist foundations to anchor the house to the more stable upper part of the site. The house sits on a braced steel subfloor which forms a carport and storage area, with living areas upstairs. The house utilised prefabricated insulated wall and ceiling panels and has been designed to a higher standard of energy efficiency and performance than minimum Building Code requirements. The house is clad in Totara harvested by the Department of Conservation following a windfall event, increasing sustainability of the house. Structex provided structural design of the foundation and subfloor, with input into SED timber elements in the skillion roof and walls.

  • 20 Latimer Square, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Krush Architecture Ltd.

    Construction: Knight Construction

    The award winning Latimer Apartments are three two-storey townhouses in the heart of Christchurch. The structure includes textured precast concrete walls with a black oxide finish, rib and infill suspended floors and LVL roof framing. A precast concrete floor with steel beams forms a 3m cantilever balcony, providing views towards Latimer Square. The foundation system uses a gravel raft for the front two units and screw piles for the rear unit, due to its proximity to the boundary and adjacent buildings.

    Awards:  2018 ADNZ Residential Multi-Dwelling Supreme Winner

  • 20 Latimer Square, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Krush Architecture Ltd.

    Construction: Knight Construction

    The award winning Latimer Apartments are three two-storey townhouses in the heart of Christchurch. The structure includes textured precast concrete walls with a black oxide finish, rib and infill suspended floors and LVL roof framing. A precast concrete floor with steel beams forms a 3m cantilever balcony, providing views towards Latimer Square. The foundation system uses a gravel raft for the front two units and screw piles for the rear unit, due to its proximity to the boundary and adjacent buildings.

    Awards:  2018 ADNZ Residential Multi-Dwelling Supreme Winner

  • 20 Latimer Square, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Krush Architecture Ltd.

    Construction: Knight Construction

    The award winning Latimer Apartments are three two-storey townhouses in the heart of Christchurch. The structure includes textured precast concrete walls with a black oxide finish, rib and infill suspended floors and LVL roof framing. A precast concrete floor with steel beams forms a 3m cantilever balcony, providing views towards Latimer Square. The foundation system uses a gravel raft for the front two units and screw piles for the rear unit, due to its proximity to the boundary and adjacent buildings.

    Awards:  2018 ADNZ Residential Multi-Dwelling Supreme Winner

  • 20 Latimer Square, Christchurch

    Completion: 2017

    Architecture: Krush Architecture Ltd.

    Construction: Knight Construction

    The award winning Latimer Apartments are three two-storey townhouses in the heart of Christchurch. The structure includes textured precast concrete walls with a black oxide finish, rib and infill suspended floors and LVL roof framing. A precast concrete floor with steel beams forms a 3m cantilever balcony, providing views towards Latimer Square. The foundation system uses a gravel raft for the front two units and screw piles for the rear unit, due to its proximity to the boundary and adjacent buildings.

    Awards:  2018 ADNZ Residential Multi-Dwelling Supreme Winner

  • Endeavour Place, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Bastion Construction

    This stunning residential house sits on a steep site with views over Lyttelton and across Whakaraupō (Lyttelton Harbour). The building is laid out on three separate axes so that it wraps to the shape of the hill, and has split floor levels to suit the natural ground level. The suspended concrete floor slab is completely isolated to provide maximum heating efficiency from the in-slab heating system. The structure incorporates some commercial type construction elements, including a rib and infill floor slab over the garage, and a concrete foundation beam along the back of the house with rock anchors, securing the house to bedrock.

  • Endeavour Place, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Bastion Construction

    This stunning residential house sits on a steep site with views over Lyttelton and across Whakaraupō (Lyttelton Harbour). The building is laid out on three separate axes so that it wraps to the shape of the hill, and has split floor levels to suit the natural ground level. The suspended concrete floor slab is completely isolated to provide maximum heating efficiency from the in-slab heating system. The structure incorporates some commercial type construction elements, including a rib and infill floor slab over the garage, and a concrete foundation beam along the back of the house with rock anchors, securing the house to bedrock.

  • Endeavour Place, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Bastion Construction

    This stunning residential house sits on a steep site with views over Lyttelton and across Whakaraupō (Lyttelton Harbour). The building is laid out on three separate axes so that it wraps to the shape of the hill, and has split floor levels to suit the natural ground level. The suspended concrete floor slab is completely isolated to provide maximum heating efficiency from the in-slab heating system. The structure incorporates some commercial type construction elements, including a rib and infill floor slab over the garage, and a concrete foundation beam along the back of the house with rock anchors, securing the house to bedrock.

  • Endeavour Place, Lyttelton

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Bastion Construction

    This stunning residential house sits on a steep site with views over Lyttelton and across Whakaraupō (Lyttelton Harbour). The building is laid out on three separate axes so that it wraps to the shape of the hill, and has split floor levels to suit the natural ground level. The suspended concrete floor slab is completely isolated to provide maximum heating efficiency from the in-slab heating system. The structure incorporates some commercial type construction elements, including a rib and infill floor slab over the garage, and a concrete foundation beam along the back of the house with rock anchors, securing the house to bedrock.

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Kaikanui Lane, Christchurch

    Completion: 2018

    Architecture: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

    Construction: Metzger Builders

    This substantial home is finished to an incredibly high standard. The feeling of substance flows from the stone clad exterior, through the cantilever stair in the entry, to the suspended concrete floor and polished concrete ground floor slab. The home is still full of light thanks to the clerestorey windows and huge sliding door opening the living area to the infinity pool. All these items required careful co-ordination and engineering expertise to have the structure disappear into the tight spaces available.

     

  • Major Hornbrook Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2019

    Architecture: Urban Function Architecture

    Construction: SC Projects

    This impressive two-storey home, with its timber, steel and masonry construction, provides fabulous views up Pegasus Bay and out to the Kaikoura Ranges. Stepped into the hillside, careful engineering was required to realise the architects vision and create unobstructed view lines. A large transformable living space adds to the dwelling’s pedigree. Structex provided full structural engineering design and documentation for this project.

    Awards:  2019 ADNZ Canterbury Architecture Design Awards – Commended

  • Major Hornbrook Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2019

    Architecture: Urban Function Architecture

    Construction: SC Projects

    This impressive two-storey home, with its timber, steel and masonry construction, provides fabulous views up Pegasus Bay and out to the Kaikoura Ranges. Stepped into the hillside, careful engineering was required to realise the architects vision and create unobstructed view lines. A large transformable living space adds to the dwelling’s pedigree. Structex provided full structural engineering design and documentation for this project.

    Awards:  2019 ADNZ Canterbury Architecture Design Awards – Commended

  • Major Hornbrook Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2019

    Architecture: Urban Function Architecture

    Construction: SC Projects

    This impressive two-storey home, with its timber, steel and masonry construction, provides fabulous views up Pegasus Bay and out to the Kaikoura Ranges. Stepped into the hillside, careful engineering was required to realise the architects vision and create unobstructed view lines. A large transformable living space adds to the dwelling’s pedigree. Structex provided full structural engineering design and documentation for this project.

    Awards:  2019 ADNZ Canterbury Architecture Design Awards – Commended

  • Major Hornbrook Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2019

    Architecture: Urban Function Architecture

    Construction: SC Projects

    This impressive two-storey home, with its timber, steel and masonry construction, provides fabulous views up Pegasus Bay and out to the Kaikoura Ranges. Stepped into the hillside, careful engineering was required to realise the architects vision and create unobstructed view lines. A large transformable living space adds to the dwelling’s pedigree. Structex provided full structural engineering design and documentation for this project.

    Awards:  2019 ADNZ Canterbury Architecture Design Awards – Commended

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 168-170 Blenheim Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Constructa

    Using Formance SIPs (structural insulated panels) and an efficient architectural layout created by Nott Architects, Structex were able to create a modular type construction for Housing New Zealand. The two-storey two-bedroom units were used at multiple sites in the area.

  • 168-170 Blenheim Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Constructa

    Using Formance SIPs (structural insulated panels) and an efficient architectural layout created by Nott Architects, Structex were able to create a modular type construction for Housing New Zealand. The two-storey two-bedroom units were used at multiple sites in the area.

  • 168-170 Blenheim Road, Christchurch

    Completion: 2016

    Architecture: Nott Architects

    Construction: Constructa

    Using Formance SIPs (structural insulated panels) and an efficient architectural layout created by Nott Architects, Structex were able to create a modular type construction for Housing New Zealand. The two-storey two-bedroom units were used at multiple sites in the area.

  • Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley

  • Rapaki Road, Hillsborough

  • Latimer Square Apartments

  • Endeavour Place

  • Kaikanui Lane

  • Major Hornbrook Road

  • Montreal Street

  • Kotare Street

  • Rhode Street Apartments

  • HNZ Christchurch