Hopper Developments are well known for their canal and lifestyle living projects. When Leigh Hopper created their own house, they chose SUMNER Milton Irregular Bluestone to be in keeping with the rough-hewn bluestone rock that lines the canals. This is an exceptional home, and we especially like the helicopter. You can read more about this project on the®
Cove Construction webpage.
SUMNER® is delighted to be associated with Perriam quality New Zealand handcrafted products. Our bespoke stonework speaks to the garments own craftmanship and natural fabrics. A very high level of finishing achieved by Gartshores shopfitters. For more information please visit
David Reid Homes built this beautiful alpine retreat for Kiwi clients stranded in Australia during the first outbreak of COVID-19. This nicely balanced home is nestled below the iconic Coronet Ski Field. For information on their design and build process visit
David Reid Homes webpage
Queenstown Royalty. A newest addition to Remarkables Park bordering Queenstown International Airport. This commercial 4 story hotel development also includes iconinc New Zealand business. The project director selected SUMNER Lakes Schist veneer as feature stonework. You can read more about this project on
Studio 37 webpage.
Architect Bruce Mackenzie designed this beautiful home which is set in its own extensive rural grounds. On their previous property the client used SUMNER Westlands Schist. However this time opting for the lighter earthern tones of our SUMMER Arrowtown Schist...
Mackenzie Architects webpage.
Christchurch home owners Hayley and Stewart Henderson chose SUMNER Otago Lakes loose New Zealand schist for their home in Westmorland Christchurch. This beautiful home is the inspiration of architect John Barrett of Buck Architects. You can find more of John's projects at
Buck Architects webpage.
"A kilometer of stonework." Universal Drive Extension links Lincoln Road to Central Park Drive Henderson. Multiple buildings in this new Auckland street feature SUMNER Otago Brown Schist, including Kreme Cafe, Harcourts, Davenports and more.
This limestone deserved its own gallery because it differs to traditional stonework which is dark. SUMNER® Creme Irregular has delicate white and cream coloured minerals to achieve a bright fresh stone feature.
If you're driving into Queenstown, you can't miss the iconic hotel on the main road. It's a stunning building, with a mix of SUMNER's Wanaka Schist and bespoke white granite window surrounds. The lower two stories are particularly striking, thanks to the use of the beautiful schist. It's definitely worth a closer look if you're in the area! For more information, please visit:
Ramada Queenstown Central by Wyndham.