House Of The Week
Oh we do love to live beside the seaside, in the sunny Wellington village of Eastbourne.
While thinking outside the square, these home owners chose a box as their Island bach.
There was a time when Alfred Dell'Ario was a stark minimalist, but he is now no longer that person.
This 1930s villa in Kelburn, Wellington used to be cold, dark and in need of repair: now it's a beauty.
A light-filled cube of a house in Auckland's Mt Eden is a perfect fit for a photographer and a part-time sculptor.
Adults and children alike run free on this lovely country home on the outskirts of Gisborne.
Sprawling across 840 square metres, there's plenty of room for guests - the problem is they'll never want to leave.
This couple spent almost a year sourcing design inspiration for their dream home, and the result is impressive.
Located just outside the centre of Auckland, this home provides the perfect mix of city and suburban life.
The circa 1870s villa is filled with this couple's chic yet quirky ephemera, telling a story in every corner.
Years of skiing holidays in Queenstown inspired one Auckland couple to take the plunge and make the move.
With fresh limes from the orchard ready to be squeezed into your drink, holiday mode is guaranteed at this luxury lodge.
This glistening white hebel stone house features an athlete-level two-lane lap pool.
This Waiheke wonderland is one of New Zealand's most expensive properties - and it's easy to see why.
In a home that's both fresh and functional, even the flooring was chosen for practical reasons.
This luxury home in Omokoroa mixes traditional and modern elements with stunning results.
This stunning Christchurch home is both glamorous and opulent, yet remains undeniably classy.
Magnificent sea views and clever future-proofing make this holiday home the perfect base for easing into retirement.
Victims of the February 22 quake, this couple were forced to start over - and the result is better than the original.
Chris Parkin's art-filled apartment is located on the top floor of his own hotel.
This grand-old home's renovation came with its challenges. But, looking at the result, they were worth it.
This holiday home has been inspired by its beautiful surroundings.
This cosy, liveable Auckland home was renovated from a grand but austere 1930s bungalow.
This light, modern home is like Miami meets Muscat but it fits right in in the Bay of Plenty.
The builders of this elegant home wanted to inspire people to think "out of the box" while sticking to a budget.
This owners of this Canterbury home wanted an abode that suited people and pets alike.
Tui frolicking in the garden provided the main inspiration for this gorgeous Wellington home.
This small-but-perfectly-formed-bach is all about the view.
All homes in this coastal erosion zone must be removable: cue some good old Kiwi ingenuity.
Seven hundred basalt tiles, each one weighing 60kgs, make up this Lake Wakatipu home.
This renovation of a gorgeous old home took seven years of brain power.
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.