Following on from our huge success at the New Zealand Master Builders 2021 Awards, we have been featured in an article on stuff.co.nz. Southern Supreme House of the Year features schist quarried on site. There’s plenty to love about this multi award-winning house outside Queenstown, built by DCD, winner of Master Builders Southern Supreme House […]
Buildings win national accolades. Following our big wins in this year’s National Master Builder House of the Year Awards, we have been lucky to feature in a glowing article by our regional newspaper, the Otago Daily Times. As the articles explains: Along with the supreme award, DCD Ltd won the Southern house of the year […]
DCD marked its fifth year in business by inviting past clients and industry colleagues to celebrate at Attiqa in Queenstown on the 7th of September. It was a sophisticated evening of Mediterranean tapas and cocktails, including the signature DCD made of champagne, mango puree and served with an edible flower.
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DCD entered two completed residential projects into the Masterbuilder’s House of the Year, 2018 and won Gold for both. The Dalefield home, known as The Entertainer’s Delight and designed by David Stringer Architects, won top honours as Category Winner in the $1 – 2 million residences.
Could Homestar be the PR Boost Sustainable Building Needs? – Home Style Green Podcast with Annabelle Numaguchi
DCD Marketing Coordinator and Homestar Assessor, Annabelle Numaguchi, explains the benefits of using the New Zealand Green Building Council tool for assessing the energy-efficiency and sustainability for homes. Drawing from her own personal experience of building a home in Queenstown and from the spectrum of homes she’s assessed, she shares lessons of why using a […]
Crux.org.nz sent Kerrie Waterworth to cover the ONE Summit Tiny Talks on Building Better in Wanaka. She explores the reasons why NZ needs to improve its residential construction and reports on the presentations given by DCD’s Dennis Dowling and Annabelle Numaguchi and Proclima’s Simon Gibbons. To read the full article, click on https://crux.org.nz/community/why-do-we-still-build-the-wrong-houses/