HOUSES SEPTEMBER 2019 ISSUE
Very proud to see our Saratoga House grace the pages of the September issue of Houses Magazine NZ. Stage two of this project has been completed and shot by Sam Hartnett in time to make the issue! The article speaks soundly of the balance between the chosen materials; near industrial ones and natural materials creating an understated rawness to the home. The project was made up of stages - starting from the outside and making our way in. We began with the most public spaces, the exterior and eventually made our way into the private areas of the bathrooms and bedrooms. The “honey-like glow” is one of our favourite feelings that this home emits. Above the aesthetic appeal, the ability to create a warm home that feels comfortable to live in for a family was the end goal for our team.
Check out the whole spread here.
HOUSE & GARDEN INTERIOR OF THE YEAR 2019
We are thrilled to hear that our very own interior designer Kylie Willett has been announced as a 2019 House & Garden Interior of The Year Finalist! The main bathroom in our Pompallier Villa house was entered into the Best Bathroom sector of the awards. We are all excited to be acknowledged and look forward to see who the named winner is come May.
READ MORE ON THE STUFF ARTICLE
Verso has moved premises! We loved out shared office at St Benedicts, but it was time for a change and an opportunity for our company to grow. With an influx of exciting work we have moved into a new space on Randolph Street. We are currently under construction, transforming our own space into a collaborative studio where we can create inspiring interiors and architectural designs. We have strong relationships with a wide range of suppliers and trades that are helping us to reshape our own space into a functional design studio and showroom.
VERSO VISUAL IDENTITY
We are very excited to bring to you our new visual identity by Studio South. It has been described as both sophisticated and playful, whilst effectively working in some universal architectural principles. Our branding now expresses an important component of architecture and interior design; materiality. The concrete grey uncoated paper gives a texture to the printed assets, as well as the use of grids; touching on light and shade within a space.