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Gary Todd Architecture


18 Estuary Crescent
Fairfield, Dunedin

Head Office: 03 488 4594

Central Otago

62 Lagoon Avenue
Albert Town, Wanaka

Gary Todd: 027 279 9306


53b Edward Avenue
Edgeware, Christchurch

Courtney Todd: 027 388 6504

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Winner of the 2018 TIDA New Zealand Architect New Home of the Year. The design is based on biophilic architecture, allowing the client to engage closely with nature both indoors and out.

Shotover RiverWakatipu

Featured in Trends, this award-winning modernist home blends into a river terrace with minimalist lines resembling a linear rocky outcrop in the landscape.

Timber Twin UnitsChristchurch

Two-story units, with vistas of St Alban's Park, have a Scandinavian feel due to their minimalist, timber street appeal. This is carried through the interior with clever detailing and joinery.

Campus WonderfulDunedin

A complete revamp within Dunedin's university hub. Meet Campus Wonderful Dairy, Fluid Café and the Irvine and Jardine Apartments, breathe new life and fresh design into the iconic corner.

Mangawera Farm HouseCentral Otago

A collaborative design through architecture, landscaping and interiors to achieve a contemporary Farm House that celebrates living closely connected to nature.

Woodside CottageDunedin

In this extension, the new architecture references the original cottage and the woodlot where the space between becomes a delightful collection of indoor and outdoor light airy rooms.

Far HorizonWanaka

Natural materials feature strongly in this beautiful Wanaka holiday house. The home comprises three pavilions linked by flat roofs and glass walls with their interior relaxed, suited to holidaying.

Timber CrossDunedin

Inspired by the client’s Catholic beliefs, the house was designed as a timber cross and a metaphor symbolic of their faith. The cross plan creates multiple exterior walls to capture the best sun and views on the site from an elevated position.

Mission CoveDunedin

Strong linear lines and an overhanging soffit create a striking effect on this family home, overlooking the Dunedin harbour.

Twin GablesDunedin

Conceptualised as two long offset gabled forms with a large outdoor living deck between, this house is orientated to take full advantage of the sites commanding views and afternoon sun.

Stone BladeDunedin

The vertical blades of stone rise in contrast with the flat site, intended to establish a sense of permanence and monumentality. The result is a stunning and stand-out home.

Willowbank ApartmentsDunedin

The Willowbank Apartments are a heritage building that required an office refurbishment and new residential apartments, with a brief to enhance heritage features and preserve a spacious, industrial interior.