Havelock North Home

This Residence sits proudly on a Havelock North hill above the Black Barn Winery and Restaurant. With it's dark vertical cedar cladding it nestles into the hillside, and the full power of its design isn’t revealed until close to home.

This bold formal response standing on high ground is well enclosed and sheltered. The plinth element successfully unites interior and exterior spaces.

Products Used

  • Angle Andy 25 for entry lighting.

  • Downhill Dan 14 into Joinery including kitchen, wine rack and also recessed into the ceiling.

  • Downhill Dan 22 for lighting recessed into ceilings over dining table and other areas.

  • Sideways Sally 20C (rectangle) for lighting above mirrors.

  • Where’s Ben 14 also for recessing into ceilings to wash on walls and to provide up lighting.

  • Wall Recessed Up light with a 10W LED Lamp for the gallery area.

  • Wall Recessed 3 W LED for Bed Reading Lights.

  • Edge Blade by Aesthetics (in the day) over Kitchen Island, would now use Bob Each Way from Offspring Profiles range – with both Edge Blade and Bob Each Way, Dennis had a significant part in designing.

  • Recessed LED 1.2W for cabinet lighting.

  • Inground LED Up lights 4W for front of house.

  • Medium Spike Light LED for general garden lighting.

  • Recessed LED downlight 1W supplied to be integrated into bollard made by the builder.

  • Recessed Exterior Downlight 3W for under eaves.

  • Wall Light - four directional – black for exterior walls.

  • Twin Spotlight for security and floodlighting.

Additional Information

Architect Credit: Brendon Gordon Architects

Kitchen Design: Quattro Uno

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