The Andrews home is a true work of art - inside and out. A Bull O’Sullivan design, this home pushes boundaries in every respect. There is no mistaking the renowned architecture of Bull O’Sullivan and we are proud to have brought one of these impressive homes into reality.

A key feature of this home is stark contrast. Aesthetic lines of austere galvanized corrugate cladding, recycled timber interior, a hot pop of purple carpet; these features all combine to create a beautiful and entrancing contract.

The interior ceiling sarking is magnificent and the most interesting ceiling we have crafted to date.

A dramatic and dynamic family home that came together perfectly. Read more about why the Andrew’s chose us as their Taupo Master Builders to bring the vision to life.

“Mike and the team started work on our fairly small building project designed to extend, enhance and provide further living flexibility in what was originally a fairly typical old Taupo ‘holiday bach’…Brent and Jamie, who were always on site and so obliging, were able to cover queries during the standard working week.

“The team was very aware of both the immediate and more general environment, taking care to minimise dust, offcuts and general building bits and pieces. These were all collected and recycled or disposed of in a sustainable way. The site was left clean and tidy at the end of each working day.

“Wherever possible, environmentally sustainable products were used. This was an area where their particular expertise was much valued. The team also went to considerable lengths to preserve the existing shrubs and trees, some of which as it turned out, were inconveniently placed!

“The whole project went without a hitch and the final deadline was met. Overall, we thought this was a company with clear integrity which was demonstrated through a high standard of workmanship on the job and in their dealings with us as clients. It was a pleasure to work with the Beck Building team.”

Completion Date: December 2014
Build Duration: 11 Months
Designer: Bull/O'Sullivan Architects