Hurworth House

The Hurwoth is a modern glass and steel pavilion which sits slightly elevated from its rural site. Large glass sliding doors connect the house to outdoor living spaces, while capturing views and light, and an internally glazed gallery also allows sunlight to penetrate the southern facing rooms of the house.


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

A key feature of the design is a central courtyard which lies at the heart of the home, providing year-round outdoor entertaining for its owners and their guests.


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

Dravitzki Brown’s design oeuvre reveals a strong commitment to ensuring the conceptual theme flows seamlessly throughout the build. Their structures echo a consistent design language, both in the overall form and the way materials are used, which resonate from interior to exterior. Extensive knowledge in complex detailing bring designs to life, aided by photo-realistic renderings which enables clients to view, and understand the vision, well before construction begins.