Condon Scott Architects are an award-winning boutique architectural practice in Wanaka. We design bespoke, high-end homes that integrate seamlessly with the natural environment.
WANAKA | QUEENSTOWN | CENTRAL OTAGO
Design-led architecture in Wanaka, Queenstown & Central Otago.
Since our inception 30 years ago, Condon Scott Architects has been involved in a wide range of high end residential and commercial architectural projects throughout Queenstown, Wanaka, the Central Otago region and further afield.
Our co-directors Barry Condon (ANZIA) and Sarah Scott (FNZIA) – both registered architects – work alongside our highly skilled architectural team to deliver a full design and construction management service. This spans from initial concept design right through to tender management and interior design.
Our approach is to view each commission as a bespoke and site specific project, capitalising on the unique environmental conditions and natural surroundings that are so often evident in this beautiful part of the world. We offer strong design-led architecture that focuses on integrating our clients’ needs with sound building practices to maximise the project’s potential.
For those challenging sites and design briefs, we look to our extensive experience in complex Resource Consent and Building Consent Applications, to achieve the right solutions for sensitive and outstanding visual amenity landscapes and for the client.
IN THE PRESS
Home Magazine – ‘Time and Place’
“The clients definitely wanted the house to feel of the area — a rural central Otago feel,” says architect Barry
Grand Designs Australia – ‘Turning Japanese’
‘A delightful tiny home that delivers on good design and relaxed living.’ The tiny house design was inspired by a
Sanctuary Magazine – ‘Compact & Crafted’
‘Taking cues from Japanese architecture, Condon Scott Architects crafted a compact small-footprint home in Wanaka, New Zealand, with a tight
Habitus Magazine – ‘The Sustainable House’
‘Beauty through simplicity’ ‘With its armadillo-like armour, compact scale and elementary form, Condon Scott Architect’s Sugi House has caught the