Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Hamilton House - Organon Architecture

The Hamilton House by Organon Architecture featured here some months ago is now developing a lived-in feeling, as these few photos show . . .


  1. I've been to that property before, when there was no house built. Beautiful interior. I have to see the other sides of the house first before commenting on the whole. I thought at the time that it was a house to be built on that land for Tim Whikiriwhi a client of yours. I was wrong, though.

  2. I like that very much - not too different to my place. I like the blocks (unpainted) and the linear boards also -
    But somemebody shoot the bloody plumber (or was it the roofer) that PLONKED that downpipe right in the middle of that nice wall! Surely there would have been a better solution to that, but those guys either dont care, or don't THINK (I reckon its the latter!)
    On my place the electrician PLONKED a big WHITE meter box in the middle of a BLACK zincalume wall in just about the same spot as that downpipe - I made him move it much to his disgust

  3. Hahaha. Truth be known, I drew the copper downpipe there. Works well for me. :-)

  4. Wow. I saw it when it was just foundations and concrete slabs. Very elegant PC. And I really like the peaked roof extensions.


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