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ashley reserve terraces

The documentation of eight, three-bedroom terrace houses next to Ashley Reserve in Long Bay has now been completed, and Building Consent is imminent. These terraces continue Construkt’s ongoing [...]


Elegant, understated; surviving the test of time – the Zenith Apartments, on Fox Street, Parnell remain a prime example of high density living done well. Completed in 2004, the apartment block [...]

barker house

It was a bold decision when Karl accepted the brief to design this Kerikeri home. the clients were his parents. The clients had some very specific ideas and as Graham [...]

affordability part 3: higher level influences

The delivery of affordable housing is a long and complex process that requires the support, and sometimes the active participation, of many different stakeholders, including the private development [...]

carlton gore road

Asked to design a mixed-use space that combined retail and office space with apartments, Construkt leapt at the chance to make a stylish addition to this street so close to [...]


In 2007 The Warehouse Ltd (TWL) asked Construkt to prepare the concept design for a project in Silverdale, comprising 35 retail units anchored by The Warehouse and a Countdown Supermarket, [...]

construkt’s prefabication ‘think tank’

Demand within the New Zealand building sector is currently constraining the delivery pipeline. The government and independent bodies, such as Infrastructure NZ, have noted that increased prefabrication in [...]

takanini village

Takanini Village is a new masterplanned mixed-use development of regional significance, and will be an important step forward for the Auckland suburb. With a total site area of around 5.4ha [...]

david norman

In the most recent of our ongoing series of client presentations in February, we were privileged to host Auckland Council Chief Economist David Norman. David spoke to us [...]