When building your next project, you want a team that is experienced enough to bring the very best craftsmanship, expertise and innovation to your build, yet small enough to grow a positive relationship with, knowing your needs and wants are considered from start to finish.
With more than 12 successfully completed eHaus designs - and several more in the design phase - eHaus Manawatu is the tight-knit, specialist team including certified passive house tradespeople, dedicated to your future home’s performance in a relentless pursuit of lifting the quality of houses in New Zealand.
Led by award-winning Registered Master Builder Warren Dunn, your home is met with both exceptional construction and region-specific knowledge. Warren has worked in the Manawatu construction industry since the 1980’s and, over this time, has built some of the most impressive houses in the region.
Contact Warren and the eHaus Manawatu team today about building your eHaus in the Manawatu.
“We are proud to be leading the way in PassivHaus design, architecture and construction. We are a company that prides itself on innovation and excellence, founded on our specialist expertise in the market.”
Situated on an exposed site overlooking Manawatū’s Foxton Beach, this energy efficient 2.5 bedroom eHaus Pacific captures - and creates - stunning views from every angle.
From the Tararua Ranges and Manawatū River mouth to the small serene settlement of Foxton Beach, this hilltop home offers complete respite from the sand, wind and relentless summer sunshine. The moment you step inside, everything falls silent and still. One of the welcomed differences building an eHaus brings.
Clad in vertical cedar and Colorsteel on the outside, and a combination of white-washed plywood ceilings and polished concrete floors on the inside, the material choices form a minimalist backdrop ideal for modern living.
Aesthetic cues were lifted from Scandinavian and Japanese architecture - note the custom Shoji door, negative detailing, and mezzanine floor - while practical elements such as window placement and compact, built-in seating were factored into the design to maximise efficiency and comfort.