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MAUD’s most person bespoke residential project


The streets of Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland aren’t well known for their deciduous foliage, but one exception is Franklin Road in Freemans Bay, where 100-year-old plane trees guide you through the seasons. The Christmas lights transform the area into a fairytale at night. In spring and summer, a canopy forms a green roof above. As the leaves fall, bare branches are revealed.

Top The exterior of this three-bedroom house was painted with Resene Quarter White Pointer. A garage was also added under the house. Above The hallway in Resene Triple White includes some of the original moulded detail, beneath which is Gossip by Isabella Loudon from Trish Clark Gallery, a Chilgrove sideboard by White & Newton from Mr Bigglesworthy and a Murano egg lamp from Babelogue.

The trees aren’t the only things that have lined this street for quite some time — its villas were built in the Victorian era. Natasha Markham, a native of the area and founder of MAUD is very familiar with this heritage.

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