Omaha House New Zealand – Contemporary NZ Property

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Omaha House, NZ

Contemporary Property in New Zealand – design by Stevens Lawson Architects

2 Oct 2007

Omaha Home

Omaha House Omaha Home
photos © Mark Smith

Design: Stevens Lawson Architects

Photographs: Mark Smith

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Omaha is a small beach town on Omaha Bay in the Rodney District, in the north of New Zealand. It is located 74.7 km north of Auckland. It is on a sandspit that adjoins Tawharanui Peninsula and separates Whangateau Harbour from Omaha Bay. The nearest sizable town is Warkworth which is situated 16.8 km south west of Omaha.

Source: wikipedia

The sandspit of Omaha was formed during the last glacial period. The beach sediment composition is over 70% quartz sand, which gifted Omaha the natural “white” appearance.
Omaha Spit has been identified by the Department of Conservation as a “significant breeding site for the endangered New Zealand dotterel. As a result The Omaha Shorebird Protection Trust was established in 2009 to monitor the dotterel population at Omaha.

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Stevens Lawson Architects – New Zealand houses featured

Cox’s Bay House
Hobson Bay House
Herne Bay House
Hot Water Beach House
Omaha House
Onehunga House
Onehunga Studio
Tamahere House

Modern House

New Zealand Houses

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Patterson Associates Limited
Mai Mai building
picture : Patrick Reynolds
Mai Mai building

Mountain Retreat, Southern Lakes, southern New Zealand
Fearon Hay Architects
Mountain Retreat
photograph : Patrick Reynolds
Mountain Retreat

New Zealand Architecture Studios

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