LIVE Interior Architecture + Interior Design

Live Interior Architecture + Design

LIVE Interior Architecture + Interior Design
  update december 2011

A Grand Old Wellington House

During 2010 the new owners of Catacombs - a grand old Wellington house with a very varied history - asked us to help them turn it into an updated but traditional home for their family.

The building had been moved for the development of the Wellington motorway and was basically a shell.

The staircase was in pieces, there were no services and very few wall linings. Only the outside had been painted before the grand old dowager had been put on the market.

Our Senior Designer Philippa Whitaker drew up the plans, designed the kitchen (above) and bathrooms, secured the consents, and worked hand in hand with the owners to get the best value from the available budget.

Catacombs is once again a much loved home which stands out in its new location in the heart of Wellington.

Please click here to enlarge the images below.


the hall
a small bathroom
the diningroom
the kitchen


Why Choose LIVE Interior Architecture + Design?

We offer a unique, comprehensive service, specialising in personalised interiors – for homes, offices and the hospitality sector – from concept to completion.

Philippa Whitaker, our Senior Designer has all the professional skills and experience required to design every aspect of an interior, and we combine this with Claire’s unique experience as the founder and long term owner of Limited Editions. All our plans are drawn in Vectorworks to ensure professional and cost effective results, and we continue to work with our group of valued, quality contractors, to supply the best available furniture and furnishings. If you have a project in mind, we’d love to discuss it with you.


Looking forward to 2012

As 2011 draws to a close, we wish you all a wonderful festive season, and hope that 2012 will bring lots of good news – especially for the people of Christchurch.

With best wishes

PS: We thought you might like to see this example of Philippa’s work while she was in the UK.

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