A rare chance to build in an historic neighbourhood on Herne Bay meant respectfully rethinking the New Zealand villa.
It’s not every day a north-facing block becomes available in a heritage area among Victorian villas and cottages, let alone one with sweeping harbour views. The only building that usually takes place in the Herne Bay neighbourhood are alterations to the existing homes that have proudly lined the streets here since the 19th century. While the sub-divided block presented architect Daniel Marshall with a rare opportunity, the site constraints also posed some unique challenges.
A very well written article and photographic ‘tour’ of our recently completed Herne Bay Road project has just been published Houzz by Joanna Tovia.Read the full article on Houzz