Owners Cally McWha and Lloyd Williams are live-in hosts. Cally a solicitor, and Lloyd, a lecturer in an art school, are both also musicians, and play in Dunedin’s professional orchestra, The Southern Sinfonia, Cally on violin and Lloyd, double bass. This possibly accounts for the various instruments scattered throughout the house. Cally has a special connection with the house, in that in the diary pages where Salmond the architect entered notes on meetings with his client, there is mention of Cally’s great grandfather, James Mollison, also a prominent Dunedin businessman, and obviously a close friend of the architect. You will notice that Cally and Lloyd’s personal suite is named Mollison as a tribute to that connection.