Rangi Nui

Located on a large flat site half way between Coronet Peak and The Remarkables in the Wakatipu Basin sits the four bedroom home appropriately named Rangi Nui, meaning ‘Great Sky’ The challenge for this site is the fact that views are in every direction. A key design decision was to be able to see both Coronet Peak and The Remarkables form the main living areas.


From initial point of contact, Katrina and Alister were interested to hear and learn what was important to us when designing our home. They quickly identified the style of house we were after, and how it could work with our family and lifestyle.

- Rob & Marie Wales

A stunning feature is the exposed timber scissor trusses, creating high ceilings in the living areas which extend out to the landscape. The house is arranged around multiple outdoor courtyards, allowing sheltered areas to enjoy the outside in a variety of weather conditions.


We started with a list of features that we wished for in a house and ended up with a house that fulfilled every wish. We particularly love the fact that the quality of the design and build are immeasurably satisfying.

- Jane Forster & Glenn Eggleton

Attic trusses above the garage and secondary bedrooms are a clever way to maximise cost effective floor area. The house is clad in slate, cedar and schist stone.