The Hawk House at Queensberry
The ceiling of the Hawk House in Queensberry, Central Otago is nothing if not jaw-dropping. Complex angles and changing tones almost compete with the building’s amazing views.
Craig Harrison from Mojo Joinery, a local company that ranges as far afield as Christchurch, says they like to do things that are different and challenging. A hand-chosen team of talented staff ensure that word of mouth keeps work coming through the door of this busy company.
Members of the Master Joiners Association, Craig says they work hard to
stay abreast of new products and trends.
For the distinctive roof, created in Plymasters Classique Oak, Mojo Joinery worked with architect James Stockwell and builder Nick Mizzi.
Craig says the home has a nice feel to it and he’s very happy with the way the Classique Oak ply has contributed to it – although he gives much of the credit to the builder. “It has a nice, homey feel to it, and great views.”
He says he has worked with ply a lot recently and says its elegant finish
and cost-effectiveness are increasingly popular.
“There are some really nice examples around, and people are more into natural products.” The ceiling worked so well at Hawk House that the decision was also made to clad the interior of the garage in Classique Oak.