• Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Roys Peak Crib

Roys Peak Crib

This holiday house in Wanaka, designed by Mason & Wales Architects, has echoes of the form and rustic look of a Department of Conservation hut but at a larger and more contemporary style.

“Crib is a South Island word for cabin or simple shelter, which originally came to the Southern Lakes Region in the form of primitive shelters for shepherds and, then, the Gold Rush,” …. ”We joke this is like a contemporary crib, even though it clearly has more amenity and scale.”

- Houses Magazine

Project Type:

New Residence

Location:
Wanaka

Year:

Completed 2018

Published:

Houses Magazine - Winter 2019
ISSN 2253-3311

Visit:

Release Wanaka