Our work covers a wide range of projects, from the restoration of significant heritage buildings to modern designs for new properties. View some case studies of our work below.
A private sanctuary offering guests luxury accommodation is designed to capture breathtaking views of the Waitemata Harbour. This new build in one of Auckland's special character suburbs employed traditional gable forms and cedar weatherboard cladding to sit comfortably alongside neighbouring heritage homes.
This cottage dates from the early 20th century and was once the Police Station and Oyster Inspector’s house, when the greatest concentration of Waiheke residents was at the eastern ‘Bottom End’ of the island. It was a largely self-sufficient community providing service to the active coastal trade of the Hauraki Gulf, and beyond to the Coromandel Peninsula.
A landmark merchant villa in Herne Bay, Auckland, was given long overdue attention by its new owners. Salmond Reed Architects was engaged to work closely with client, builder and interior designer to transform what had been a “half-way house” into an attractive large family residence.