Fendalton House

Fendalton House

This complex architectural structure designed by O’Neil Architecture was completed in 2016 in conjunction with J.E. Dean Ltd, in the heart of Christchurch city and built by Brendan Falloon Builders.

With this two-storey build, the use of textured concrete tilt panels on the interior and exterior of the house is a noticeable feature, as is the grooved cedar weatherboard and fixed integra panel with plaster finish.This project has an extensive structural steel layout involved, which allowed us to form a vast number of cantilevered and overhanging portions of the building supporting the mass amount of different flat roofs and swooping soffits.

Features in the interior of the house include continuous ceilings, timber floors, floor to ceiling windows and doors, interior designed kitchens and bathrooms using only the finest quality hardware, fittings, mosaic tiling and marble.

 

Christchurch city architectural build by O'Neil Architecture
Christchurch city architectural build by O'Neil Architecture
Exterior designed by O’Neil Architecture was completed in 2016 in conjunction with J.E. Dean Ltd
Exterior designed by O’Neil Architecture was completed in 2016 in conjunction with J.E. Dean Ltd
The exterior is  grooved cedar weatherboard and fixed integra panel with plaster finish
The exterior is grooved cedar weatherboard and fixed integra panel with plaster finish
This Christchurch home features flat roofs and swooping soffits.
This Christchurch home features flat roofs and swooping soffits.
This project has an extensive structural steel layout
This project has an extensive structural steel layout
This Canterbury home features an interior designed kitchens
This Canterbury home features an interior designed kitchens
The exterior features floor to ceiling windows and doors
The exterior features floor to ceiling windows and doors
The home uses a mix of materials including concrete, marble, steel framing and  grooved cedar weatherboard
The home uses a mix of materials including concrete, marble, steel framing and grooved cedar weatherboard
the use of textured concrete tilt panels on the interior and exterior of the house is a noticeable feature
the use of textured concrete tilt panels on the interior and exterior of the house is a noticeable feature
The extensive structural steel layout allows for vast number of cantilevered and overhanging portions of the building
The extensive structural steel layout allows for vast number of cantilevered and overhanging portions of the building
The lounge room featuring a textured concrete tilt panel with the fireplace
The lounge room featuring a textured concrete tilt panel with the fireplace
The kitchen features marble, concrete and the finest quality hardware
The kitchen features marble, concrete and the finest quality hardware
Cedar, concrete and timber floors are featured throughout
Cedar, concrete and timber floors are featured throughout
The kitchen uses the finest quality hardware, fittings, mosaic tiling and marble.
The kitchen uses the finest quality hardware, fittings, mosaic tiling and marble.
Seamless indoor and outdoor flow from the kitchen to outdoors with a feature outdoor fireplace
Seamless indoor and outdoor flow from the kitchen to outdoors with a feature outdoor fireplace
Quality hardware, fittings, mosaic tiling and marble make for a beautiful bathroom
Quality hardware, fittings, mosaic tiling and marble make for a beautiful bathroom
Further detailing of the bathroom
Further detailing of the bathroom
The master bathroom featuring his and hers vanities
The master bathroom featuring his and hers vanities
Mosaic tiles and textures add interest to the master bathroom
Mosaic tiles and textures add interest to the master bathroom
The master bedroom bathroom shower
The master bedroom bathroom shower