New Zealand's most trusted commercial and residential architecture firm
Whether your project is a family home, commercial building, retirement village, Marae, or a school - we've been designing it all, since 1993.
With a clear fee structure, experienced team, a proven design process and quite literally thousands of projects and positive reviews, you can trust Arcline with your project.
Resorts, wineries, and any building in-between, we can bring your project to life with our talented commercial architecture team.
Designing beautiful homes to suit your needs, wants, budget and specific site features. Every home is different.
Education architecture creating state of the art learning spaces – practical, inspiring buildings for schools and learning centres.
Years of experience designing Retirement Villages and aged-care projects, creating amazing spaces for older generations.
Our rich experience in Cultural Architecture ensures meaningful outcomes for your Marae, Papakainga or other cultural project.
Exceptional architectural design for Kainga Ora, local Councils and any other government funded projects.
After refining our design process for the last 30 years and surrounding it with the best design team we can find, there's no better hands for your project to be in.
We're patient, prompt and perceptive, with a proven reputation.
This project is likely the largest purchase you'll ever make so there's only one thing to do - trust in the best.
This beautiful home in the heart of Wanganui was designed in 2020 for a family that enjoys entertaining, and has since won awards for its stunning kitchen design. Du Bois Designer Kitchens and Interiors were responsible for the interior, and Natalie Du Bois received Designer of the Year 2022 for this kitchen. Looking around, you can see why. Attention to detail is key. All fixtures have been placed in a way that lends to being serviceable and aesthetically pleasing. …
The Pa Road Residence is sited amongst sculpted gardens, overlooking a tranquil pond in the heart of Kerikeri, near the Bay of Islands. The expansive layered roof with large eave overhangs protects the home from the harsh Northland sun. The style is unmistakably sourced from famous American Architect – Frank Lloyd Wright. At just shy of 440m2, this home is full of large, open spaces with big volumes. The home consists of an open plan…