Stevens Lawson Headland House

The below property is a beach home located on a headland on Waiheke Island. The house, designed by Stevens Lawson architects is made up of three curved, timeber-clad pod forms. The windows of the pods frame scenes from the dramatic 270 degree views on offer from the property. The architect has described the house as having “an organic layout resembling pebbles scattered on the beach”. It was designed with a sense of mystery in mind along with the owners wanting the home to be unpretentious. Take a look!



Harry – A.N.Z


Andrew Patterson Rock House

The following beach house is one of my favourite pieces of new zealand contemporary architecture. Like many of the houses you will find on here, it is located on Waiheke Island – home to some of the countries finest and most exclusive beach houses. Locally sourced Pyrite Rock is the type of stone used in its construction for which gives it its outstanding edge and uniqueness. The pictures will say the rest!


Harry – A.N.Z