When Duval Met Don. Rebuilding after the earthquake.
25 May 2018
Following their shift from Wellington to Christchurch, HMOA director Duval O’Neill and his wife Bridget fell in love with a little house on a hill designed in the 1950s by local architect, Don Cowey. Who could have foreseen the tragic events that were to come, but the little house has evolved to pay tribute to its original architect, and represent a new era for the city. We spoke to Duval about designing his new home following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.