House Of The Week
It's movable. It's affordable. It's recycled. It's also very, very slick.
This beautiful home makes the most of an odd section and maximises light and views.
This beautiful modern home appears almost like a floating hangar, hovering over the beach and hills.
This gorgeous in-the-trees property may just be home to the most envy-making deck we've ever seen.
Okay folks, this may just be our dream home - it's bach-meets-Hamptons-meets-boathouse.
The modern makeover of a World War II army hut is a dream come true for a young Raumati Beach couple.
Designed to complement its natural surroundings, this Great Barrier Island bach is a lesson in simplicity.
With no roof, no floor and only three walls, this home required special care to restore it to its former glory.
This house is both timeless yet very 1950s - it's also, most importantly, very liveable.
A contemporary take on a traditional Arrowtown cottage is as gorgeous as the vistas that surrounds it.
Two decades after the first mud bricks were laid, a collaborative effort has brought this home to completion.
A gorgeous 1960s modernist home is brought into this millennium through a respectful renovation.
The designer calls this house a 'floating white cloud over a secret black box'. The owners call it heaven.
This cluster of architectural 'tents' may just be one of the world's fanciest camping set ups: glamping, in fact.
An architectural masterpiece that sits atop the clouds: talk about majestic ...
An architectural beach-house that both blends in and stands out.
This home has been transformed by replacing dark brick with modern wood and steel to create an airy oasis.
This self-designed, spacious home is built to take advantage of the stunning clifftop views over Lowry Bay.
This industrial style build is full of stunning open-plan living areas and modern fixtures and colours.
This Lower Hutt home appears see-through due to its plentiful windows, strategically placed for stunning views.
This nautical-themed home is full of unique architectural nooks and crannies.
Thanks to a modern and thoughtful redesign, this home now fits seamlessly into its surrounds.
Beautiful views, a surprising camouflage technique, a pool and a petanque court: this house is a winner.
This Martinborough home cleverly mixes modern amenities with a peaceful rural environment.
Light-filled nooks and spacious living areas make this contemporary Aro Valley home a hit.
Andrew McKenzie's bachelor pad looks like an orchardist's shed - and that's exactly the way he likes it.
A Whangarei couple knew just what they wanted for their retirement - a family bach at gorgeous Rangiputa.
A contemporary award-winning home that blends the softness of wood with the edge of exposed concrete.
Designed in 1938 by a woman on a mission, this homestead has been in the same family for three generations.
When their much-loved house became too small, this growing family decided improving, not moving, was the answer.
An extensive yet sustainable renovation has transformed this dusty old villa into a lovely light-filled home.
This 'log-cabin' has been transformed into a clean yet classic home that honours its beautiful views.
Designing his own home was harder than architect Gary Hopkinson imagined, but living in it is like being on holiday.
This virtually self-sufficient Wairarapa home is testament to the vision of its owners.
What looks like a gorgeous old homestead is a brand-new build that takes aesthetic inspiration from the past.
John Perry's 145-year-old farmhouse in the Wairarapa plains is like something out of a fairytale.
Progress on this home has been halted by earthquake damage, but it's still a strikingly beautiful design.
This grand Wellington home has been reinvented as a family-friendly house and place of work.
This contemporary bach manages to maximise the surrounding sea views.
There's no greater contrast than between the fast-paced world of Singapore and this serene Wanaka sanctuary.
This Waipu home makes the most of its tranquil bush setting, views and sun.
An iconic Volkswagen Kombi stylishly fitted out as the family bach has created more of a stir than Greg Young ever envisaged.
This thoughtful Whangarei house has been built with the environment - both its surrounds and the globe's sustainability - in mind.
This new build has an architectural elegance and a beautiful setting, but has been designed with future ease-of-living for the retired owners in mind.
An ugly duckling 1970s house in Taranaki has been transformed into a swan by a sympathetic renovation.
A working mum turns a temporary shelter - steel containers - into a surprisingly comfortable home.
This family spot in the Abel Tasman National Park elevates the art of the bach.
This appealing family home, tucked into regenerating Northland bush, is a haven for a young family.
There's no way anyone could blow this straw bale house down.
The home of two Tasman artists is a carefully crafted labour of love.