City House, Country House

Author(s): John Walsh

NZ Non-Fiction

The much anticipated follow-up to the bestselling Big House, Small House. City House, Country House explores 40 of New Zealand's most outstanding residential projects in locations ranging from intensely urban to spectacularly remote. New family homes, suburban alterations, city apartments, coastal beach houses and rural retreats are all included in this impressive collection of recently completed projects, reflecting a growing diversity of living styles and architectural responses across the country. Thoughtfully photographed and with accompanying plans and text that probes the design rationale behind each project, this is a highly collectable survey of some of New Zealand's most innovative and interesting homes.

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John Walsh (Author) John Walsh is the communications manager of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. His previous books for Random House, produced in collaboration with Patrick Reynolds, are New New Zealand Houses (2007), Home Work: Leading New Zealand Architects Own Houses (2010) and Big House, Small House: New Homes by New Zealand Architects (2012). He lives in Auckland. Patrick Reynolds (Author) Patrick Reynolds is New Zealand's leading photographer of the built environment. He lectures at the University of Auckland's School of Architecture and is a contributor to a blog on urban design and transport issues. His previous books include New New Zealand Houses and Homework, both in collaboration with John Walsh, Architecture Uncooked with Pip Cheshire, Villa with Jeremy Salmond and Jeremy Hansen, and Bungalow with Nicole Stock.

General Fields

  • : 9781775538516
  • : Random House New Zealand Ltd
  • : Godwit
  • : September 2016
  • : 306mm X 268mm X 29mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : John Walsh
  • : hardback
  • : 1116
  • : 368