Crossfields Residential Development | Leybourne Circle, Glen Innes

Architecturally designed three-bedroom contemporary houses surrounded in nature.

Crossfields residential development involved the removal of the existing dwelling on the site and the subsequent construction of four new residential dwellings, and associated earthworks. Following construction, the property was to be subdivided so that each unit had its own title.

Amidst a remarkable natural environment and a welcoming local community, the four 2-storey attached homes feature 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 covered carpark, setting the standard for family living in this flourishing and vibrant suburb of Glen Innes.

Over a period of time the existing home was demolished, elevation levels established, earthworks undertaken, excavated land rehabilitated, services infrastructure including wastewater, stormwater, water supply connected, underground network utilities power and telecommunications installed. Throughout, consideration made for resident driveway access and a new vehicle crossing, relocation of a power pole, detention/retention tank, reposition the wastewater manhole to enable more space for the protected tree on the berm of the property.

The completed homes sit on an elevated site articulated in modulation, cladding choice and variable design breaks up the bulk and mass of the buildings. This layout creates visual interest and variety in the residential character of the development, also the neighbourhood. The front yard landscaped area, primary/secondary outdoor living spaces along the street-facing boundary separated by pedestrian access appropriates a level of visual interest and provides interaction within the streetscape. The cantilevered portion above the outdoor living space has a positive effect on the functionality, usability and accessibility of these areas. North orientation with direct access from internal living spaces ensure the development and occupants alike have maximised the allowable square footage for each home.

BCG CONSTRUCTION’s in-house showroom boasts a diverse array of products from which client meticulously selected to elevate the aesthetic allure and visual appeal of Crossfields residential development. With deliberate focus on both exterior and interior materials, every specification chosen with the intention of enhancing style and visual interest. Beyond curating products, BCG CONSTRUCTION took full control of the project, overseeing the entire process from final plans to final construction – effectively managing and directing the development, collaborating with consultant agencies as needed to ensure timely completion and adherence to the scheduled works.

BCG CONSTRUCTION exemplified unwavering dedication to the project, underscoring the significance of being a reliable partner for the Crossfields residential development on behalf of Lighthouse Group.

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Corner Site Development | Castleford St, Green Bay

Design and build of four new two-storey dwellings on a corner site.

Consented under the Mixed Housing Suburban zone, the development and construction of four new dwellings associated with demolition of the existing dwelling, new vehicle crossings, wastewater system and stormwater irrigation.

In the serene neighbourhood of Green Bay, an old corner home property has undergone an impressive transformation, giving rise to four brand new 2-storey dwellings. Two of the dwellings stand independently on Lots 1 & 4, while Lots 2 & 3 are attached homes. Each residence allows 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and internal garage access.

From the outset, BCG assumed command of the project, engaging with client ideas, crafting architectural designs approved by Council, devising a construction timeline aligned with the projects scope, and overseeing a seamless progression to the final construction of the four new 2-storey dwellings.

Following the removal of existing home, installation of infrastructure, services and utilities, the implementation of these positive changes led to the creation of four residential units through infill development, onsite amenities and accessible outdoor living spaces.

BCG CONSTRUCTION built the dwellings to plan in variable size and formation to help contribute to the variety of housing while remaining in keeping with the neighbourhood’s planned suburban character. Visual dominance is minimised through the maintenance of existing vegetation, variant building setbacks across all dwellings and across floors, and the use of vertical and horizontal building materials to break up the building mass in its entirety and improve the appearance of the development.

The residences installed with windows on all external facades to improve ventilation and daylight access, additional storage provided within the garage, cavity space on the side of the dwellings for rubbish and recycling bins. Outdoor living spaces have suitable access to sunlight with alternative spaces to further improve sunlight access, north facing balconies. Privacy for outdoor space is maintained through the use of visually impermeable fencing, walls and landscaping.

Following the architectural and interior design plans, both exterior and interior materials were meticulously incorporated to the construction process, progressively bringing the home to life. Quality specifications and finishes were chosen to create a cohesive, modern and contemporary look and feel across all four homes.

BCG CONSTRUCTION made certain that the external materials worked together to positively influence the aesthetic of the development, incorporating features such as horizontal and vertical weatherboard cladding, longrun metal roofing and garage doors harmonising in colour with spouting and fascia, aluminium fencing and joinery, deck and glass balustrades.

Attention to detail was essential in achieving flawless fit out perfection, with a focus on installation precision and the elegant lines and finishes within the interior. This theme also applied to individual elements; bathware, appliances, lighting, flooring, cabinetry, wardrobes, tiling, hardware and handrails, wall and ceiling painting.

This corner section has experienced a significant change, now accommodating four 2-storey residences, two of which are standalone while the other two are attached. This revitalisation has breathed a new life into the property, returned on investment and exceeded residents’ level of happiness.

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Owens Rd, Epsom

Herein lies Owens Lane, Epsom’s newest residential landmark. Owens Lane is a brand new collection of 13 stylish terraced townhouses designed for the ultimate in easy care, contemporary living. Embracing the corner of Owens Road and Gillies Ave, the captivating architectural design pays homage to Epsom’s heritage and unique landscape.

The buildings’ distinctive red brick and surrounding volcanic rock walls complement and elevate this iconic and sought after neighbourhood, with each home a quiet retreat and haven of privacy for its fortunate residents.

Form meets function within the spacious and well lit interior spaces, with a curated palette of natural hued finishes and quality appliances enhancing the luxurious living environments.

The elegant boutique development is divided into two distinct typologies across five blocks. These have been thoughtfully designed to cater for different lifestyles and provide a safe and secure community within. Type A’s three-level floor plans incorporate four bedrooms, three bathrooms, spacious living area and an internal garage. These proportions make the ideal home for small families with young children who wish to capitalise on the areas exceptional school zones. Type B are two-level, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. An enticing investment in this incredibly well connected area. 

The ground floor features a modern kitchen equipped with quality BOSCH cooktop, oven and dishwasher. The spacious area opens onto a wooden deck, perfect for outdoor entertaining. The low maintenance garden ensures residents can enjoy the outdoors without the hassle. Upstairs you’ll discover generously sized bedrooms, including master bedroom with an ensuite, providing comfort and privacy for the whole family.

Constructing Owens Lane…

After the demolition and removal of existing structures, and the levelling of site; BCG team concentrate on the subdivision of lots, undertaking all civil and earthworks, service connections, laying impermeable concrete footpath and driveway, permeable paving of pedestrian areas, foundations and framing. The emergence of structures took place as exterior construction materials and internal framework materials were applied to the site.

James Hardie Linea Oblique Horizontal Weatherboard, vertical cedar shiplap, brick veneer, Colorcote Magnaflow roofing, Colorcote cladding, aluminium joinery complementary in colour to roofing materials, GARADOR flat panel sectional garage door, vertical timber paling fence, tinted windows, doors, pine deck and balcony glass balustrade, Velux fixed skylight.

At the same time, plumbing and electrical installed, fitout of the interior is taking shape and form using a raft of preselected materials. Himalayan ADEN Charcoal carpet, Belgoext garage carpet, timber flooring, Kiel Bianco tiles, Travertino splashback (horizontal pattern), neutral paint finish, brushed nickel hardware, melteca and melamine cabinetry, caesarstone benchtop, BOSCH kitchen appliances.

The selection of external materials was based on their quality, aiming to integrate seamlessly with the surrounding volcanic rock walls. This enhances the development’s standing by utilising materials that harmonise with the environment, such as the distinctive red brick. The installation and refinement of interior materials resonate with a sense of quality and luxury.

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View Road, Mt Eden

The client came to us with an architects concept for a two storey house on their site. BCG ARCHITECTURE took the architects concept and brought together a well-defined two storey house along with moving the studio to be attached to the existing house. 

The client’s husband was experiencing some physical issues that meant the house had to be considered for long term medical care and also be able to accommodate their daughter’s family. 

The site was in two titles and the planning required to achieve an additional house on the property was quite difficult. The house concept was not what the Council officers were looking for in a historical zone. Quite a lot of time was taken ensuring that the design concept, materials, colours and planning rules were very specific and tailored to the philosophy of a historical setting. 

The Council were a particular hurdle that needed to be addressed as the historical zoning and the architectural concept were in direct conflict, so BCG ARCHITECTURE took action to address these concerns. We spent a considerable amount of time in discussion with Council officers to ensure that the concept was acceptable. Colour boards were provided along with a significant amount of resource consent documentation to ensure we got approval. The subsequent building consent process was very simple and efficient. 

BCG ARCHITECTURE had a great team of consultants involved to ensure that we got the Resource Consent (RC) through Council and then on to the Building Consent (BC) process. The client was extremely patient through the RC process and was ready to make amendments and changes to ensure that the ultimate design package still achieved their requirements. 

The client also spent a lot of time ensuring that the finishes and materials were going to suit their requirements. We have had to accommodate interior doors coming from the UK, along with kitchen cabinetry from Germany. 

Getting Resource Consent for the concept that we presented to Council has been a real highlight of the process. Our beliefs in responding to the historical ordinances and attitudes of the Council officers and ensuring that the product we devised was truly an outstanding design and a great result for the whole team. 

Proposed studio was built first. In keeping with the character of the existing house – timber weatherboard wall cladding with timber window framing and COLORSTEEL® roofing to match existing.  

The new two-storey house has 4 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms. A more modern/contemporary look – a mixture of white brick veneer, black aluminium Nu-Wall cladding and black aluminium double glazed windows. The two (2) high pitch roofs overlaid in corrugated iron roofing sheets with a flat membrane roof system between.  

Each level has its own deck, off the living room – first floor overlooks the city and iconic Sky Tower; ground floor deck sits just above lush gardens lovingly landscaped by the owner. 

Credit:  Photos & Video by SEN ART Visual Lab. 

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Castledine Crescent, Glen Innes

Connected by a concrete spine wall, these modern architecturally designed units are ready to rock in Auckland.

The two main box volumes of each home interconnect to create a superb split-level layout. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms promise ease and convenience. Each dwelling mirrors the other. Open-plan living awaits at ground level. Polished concrete is smooth underfoot. Well-selected fixtures and finishes offer modern flair. The kitchen and scullery are designed for entertaining. A glass slider fosters flow to the alfresco patio and large lawn. Heading back into the heart of the home, a feature staircase basks in light from a central gallery. This opens to a private deck that’s sheltered from the elements on three sides. It also serves one of the bedrooms. The second and master bedrooms boast their own private decks with views. The chic master ensuite is a spacious retreat with large grey floor tiles. A wall of intricate white tiles creates a textural backdrop to the bathing area with its open shower and luxurious stand-alone bathtub.

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Apirana Ave, Glen Innes

Time and tide never wait, so for a home that solves your stepping stone moment, this freehold architecturally designed house with views out onto Apirana Reserve is one to move quickly on. Modern and easy to live in, this near new two-storey 2018 built home – one of two – is the ideal setup for downsizers, busy professional couples or sociable singles looking for the ultimate sophisticated bachelor pad.

Front entrance and bedroom accommodation from the upper floor incorporates a passageway leading off to the three double bedrooms – one with exterior access to a balcony. The master has a dazzling feature wall complementing the abundant green-scape beyond and a smart ensuite comprises frameless glass shower with monsoon overhead. A fully tiled family bathroom has a bathtub in addition to the vanity and separate shower. The ground floor is an inviting combination of spaciously elegant step-down living artfully divided from the dining area by a waist height toughened glass wall. Doors slide back to entice you and your guests outside for al fresco use all day long. The kitchen has the added bonus of a dual-purpose scullery/laundry and the engineered stone benchtops, gas cooking and subway tile splashback blend practical function and good looks.

The deck, patio and lawns are all surrounded by beautifully landscaped low maintenance gardens and the privacy, shelter and sunshine combines to create a captivating outdoor retreat. Tandem carport parking and entirely fenced to keep little people and animals corralled – this is a place you can truly relax within. Close to St Heliers Bay Road for your daily commute and handy also for train and bus transport with the Eastridge shopping mall and Glen Innes shopping precinct nearby also.

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Eric Price Avenue, Takapuna

The Lake Series project, a collection of 8 units with an assortment of 4 terrace, 2 duplex and 2 standalone homes in a highly sought after pocket of Takapuna. Architecturally designed with curated interiors. Within walking distance to the lake, local parks, minutes from Smales Farm and Takapuna Central. Explore the Sunday market, wander down to the beach for coffee and a dip. Zoned for Milford and Takapuna Primary, Intermediate & High Schools; Westlake Girls, Westlake Boys and Takapuna Grammar.

Positioned with dual facing outlooks. A balcony pointed north to welcome in the sun, and lake views to the south. Perched on the cusp of the lake in two tiered rows to ensure each home enjoys expansive lake views from their own top floor living area.

Space, sanctuary. Spacious and versatile floor plans create zones for families of all shapes and sizes.

Modern, meticulous. Natural and engineered materials that are comfortable and also hard to withstand modern life.

Indoor, outdoor. Natural light, views and privacy have been expertly balanced in the layouts and orientation, accented by versatile outdoor living zones.

Calm, collected. Well presented with high end finishes, Auckland based interior design studio Yellow Fox have curated the interior design.

The interior. A sense of luxury with ceramic floor and wall tiles, under tile heating, level-entry frameless shower, fittings in brushed nickel. Adding a touch of formality in the kitchen is the Cosentino Dekton Arga splashback, benchtop and island, melamine cabinetry in a charred oak timberland colour, Gaggenau appliances, undermount sink and integrated dishwasher.

Perspectives, panoramas. Perched on the cusp of the lake in two tiered rows to ensure each home enjoys the expansive lake views from their own top floor living area.

Floorplans. Choose from two layout options. Four bedrooms across 2 levels, or 4 bedrooms across 3 levels.

Layout. 4x 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom OR 4x 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom.

Carparks. Single garage & one off-street, or tandem garage.

The Lake Series project brings together thoughtful living spaces that provide a place of sanctuary for busy, modern lives. They are a vibrant blend of urban meets nature, especially when you have such beautiful outlooks from a north facing balcony and lake views to the south.

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Sunderlands Rd, Half Moon Bay

With a growing family, a young couple were looking to invest in their future, and in doing so decided the time had come to develop their home in East Auckland, Half Moon Bay. The couple, seeking a construction team that was able to build two new dwellings and take ownership of the project until handover, entered into a build partnership with BCG. Supplied with Council approved documents, at remarkable speed BCG executed the project with precision, guided by a programmed construction schedule and a confident team committed to meeting client expectations, while adhering to the contracted timeline and budget. 

Extraordinary attention was paid to the choice of materials, given confirmation the couple saw one of the dwellings as their forever family home and the other as a return on their investment.

Having applied horizontal weatherboard cladding in contrasting dark and light tones, along with trapezoidal endure longrun roofing in a deep shade, complemented by spouting, fascia and aluminium joinery in a corresponding colour, signifies a robust construction and a commanding presence along the street front.

Internally, the diverse selection of materials used unveils practical and functional homes, featuring a design aesthetic that imparts a feeling of dimension, luxury and timelessness – an idea deeply ingrained in the couple’s vision from the very beginning.

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Halsey Drive, Lynfield

A 3-Lot Development on an Elevated 809m2 Site

The primary objective of this project is to create a 3-lot development, necessitating the demolition of an existing house. Each lot carefully designed and built to offer modern, comfortable living spaces. The development is to follow a well-structured sequence of completion to avoid disruptions and streamline construction activities. With Lot 1 already completed end of April, this achievement will lay the groundwork for the subsequent lots. Each lot’s handover meticulously managed to maintain the overall project timeline.

The initial challenge in this project involved the existing home situated on an elevated 809m2 site. To make way for the envisioned 3-lot development, it was necessary to demolish the existing house, clearing the site ready for civil and construction works to be carried out.

Lot 1, the first completed lot, spans a footprint area of 266m2 and boasts a carefully planned layout divided between the ground and first floors. The design prioritises space optimisation and contemporary aesthetics, ensuring residents experience comfortable and stylish living.

As one enters Lot 1, the convenience of the thoughtfully located carpark outside the front entrance becomes apparent. The entrance leads to a short hallway that converges into two main directions. To the right, an expansive living area welcomes with large windows and sliding glass doors, inviting ample natural light into the entire space. To the left of the hallway are two sizeable bedrooms, one of which boasts an ensuite bathroom. Additionally, a full bathroom on the ground floor ensures convenience and functionality for all occupants.

Ascending to the first floor, a magnificent and spacious lounge area with large A-frame windows, glass sliding doors to the external deck unfolds. The windows and glass sliding doors flood the room with natural light, creating a warm and inviting ambiance whilst providing stunning views of the surrounding environment. The lounge area stretches across to the dining and kitchen spaces which are superbly finished to exude contemporary elegance. Also located on this floor is the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, offering a private retreat, ensures comfort and functionality while still feeling connected to the heart of the home.

Throughout Lot 1, a simple yet contemporary colour palette has been carefully applied to accentuate the beauty of the home. The interior and exterior showcase a modern and elegant aesthetic. Materials were selected for their quality, durability, and ability to enhance the contemporary style.

Interior materials – black powder-coated aluminium framing, glass balustrades with stainless steel handrails, laminated flooring, and engineered benchtops enhance the modern feel of the property. Bosch appliances in the kitchen add both functionality and style. Additionally, all bathrooms boast underfloor heating and are elegantly tiled from wall to floor, while bedrooms feature plush carpeting for comfort.

External materials – Colorsteel roofing pitched at 40-45 degrees ensures durability and weather resistance. The facia and spouting complement the roofing, contributing to the property’s sleek appearance. Vertical shiplap timber weatherboards exude a timeless charm, while the aluminium joinery and double-glazed windows provide energy efficiency and ample natural light. James Hardie panel adds a touch of contemporary elegance to the façade, glass balustrade fixed to the wood deck enhances safety without obstructing scenic views. Additionally, a timber retaining wall adds both visual appeal and structural integrity to the landscape.

With Lot 1 completed, its thoughtful design, contemporary colour palette and use of quality materials have set the standard for Lots 2 and 3 which are in progress and continue to take shape. The significance of careful planning, meticulous execution and attention to detail in creating a stylish and functional residential development that meets the demands of modern living and quality of life for its residents.

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Aramoana Avenue, Devonport

Challenge presented, redesign and build a new home on a smaller elevated site to fit effortlessly in Devonport, one of Auckland’s most historic suburbs. Bearing in mind, very passionate and well versed in building process – homeowners accomplished three new home builds and 6 or 7 renovations in as many years.

The design necessitated forethought in terms of space and functionality for the family, how best to maximise indoor and outdoor areas, and take advantage of the sun. Owners wanted a high quality build without over-extending capital which meant we needed to achieve the right proportions, and some indulgence allowed for the right materials.

Crafted with sensibility and functionality in mind, this two level home is set to impress the moment you step through the front door. The heart of the residence is filled with an abundance of north facing light and opens to a superb open plan kitchen, dining and living areas, with a natural flow to the deck and outdoor courtyard. At the opposite end of the is the study, media room and single garage. Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms plus a master bedroom with ensuite, each having a nice view of the city and harbour bridge. Flexibility in the design allowed family to build a little trap door between the children’s bedrooms – a fun play space and connectivity with each other.

The Devonport home is a true reflection of how you can utilise space on small size – shows how urban living can still facilitate family living.

“If we were to build again, would we use BCG – definitely. I think it’s that mix of managing our budgets and quality of build, and the relationship with everyone at BCG”.

One year on, homeowners have again, commission BCG GROUP to fulfil the design & build of another new home.

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