Contemporary living in Woburn
Ludlam Crescent, Lower Hutt
SpiceProject and Moore Design
With five new townhouses in the heart of Lower Hutt, the Wai-iti Lane project is exactly what homeowners are looking for – practical, stylish, and low-maintenance housing.
When the architects at Moore Design and the builders at SpiceProject needed premium aluminium windows and doors, they reached out to UNO Windows & Doors.
Functional and authentic homes
With such a high demand for medium-density housing in the capital, the team at SpiceProject was determined to make the most of these five brand-new townhouses. They required an accessible and appealing design with open-plan living and high-quality fixtures.
The aim was to build homes that showcase modern living, while still celebrating the natural attributes of the site. Special attention was given at the planning stage to retain the existing large Totara tree and Nikau palms along the street frontage, giving an established feel to the development.
Cohesive homes for modern life
To match the sleek look of these houses, the UNO team manufactured 59 window and door units in Matt Flaxpod aluminium. The units blend seamlessly with the minimal aesthetic, creating a feeling of space and effortless flow – also facilitated by the large sliding doors opening up to the outdoor areas.
The larger windows were strategically placed on the North and East elevations, allowing ample sun and maximum shelter from the prevailing coastal winds.
The UNO team worked closely with SpiceProject to ensure delivery deadlines were met and that both parties were proud of the eye-catching results.
A variety of window and door units were used across this development
To capitalise on space, flush sill sliding doors were used to open up living areas into private outdoor courtyards.
Fixed and opening awning windows in Matt Flaxpod aluminium joinery made up the majority of the windows used in this project.