Arrowtown House

The Arrowtown House was designed to be a home that strikes a perfect balance between stylish, modern design and practical rural features. The home comprises of a series of separate pavilions each housing their own use including guest bedrooms, living areas, garaging/storage and a master suite.


Exceptional buildings are the result of an effective collaboration between The Builder, The Client, and The Designer, with each playing their own significant role in the build process.

- Katrina Dravitzki & Alister Brown

First time guests often savour their first steps into the home. Beautiful lines carry occupants through the porte cochère entrance, with large schist wing walls defining the passage on either side. The stunning design feature, especially at night, also serves as a practical division between the public and private areas of the home.


Very fortunate to meet you both a few years after I suffered an extremely stressful experience with a Wellington based architect.

- Ian & Mee Leng Hong

With considerable expertise in designing all aspects of complex spaces, the duo are accustomed to juggling factors of proportion, size, scale, sun, views and energy efficiency with the brief and budget, creating designs that complement and enhance the client’s lifestyle.