With a complex site to tackle on a busy Hamilton street, Shefali and the Landmark Homes team worked collaboratively on the floor plan.
“I had been to a couple of architects before I decided to go with Landmark Homes,” Shefali says. “When I spoke to Amanda Webber, she said we’ll work on this plan together, which I always wanted to do.
"And she drew up a plan based on what I told her from scratch," she says.
"We both worked on that floor plan, moving things around until we came up with a final draft that I was happy with.”
The results of this exquisitely detailed single-level 270m² design and build Landmark home speak for themselves.
Designed to be split into three distinctive zones, with two separate wings, and crafted to provide space and privacy for family and guests, the four-bedroom home has two masters, complete with a bespoke walk-in wardrobe that can be accessed from the main bathroom, two large living areas and two and a half bathrooms.
“When I gave my list of requirements to Landmark, I wanted a wardrobe that I could walk into straight from the bathroom instead of the bedroom – that was really important.
"Amanda Webber worked with the team to make the perfect plan, so everything just came together.”
Tactile handmade Belgium bricks, sourced from Stellaria NZ, are juxtaposed against different shades of Linear Oblique and Abodo Vulcan cladding, offering a sense of grounded urban luxury and contemporary street appeal on the exterior.