Recipient of a Wellington NZIA award, 2016
Quietly assured against a beech forest backdrop, this home's long, slow roofline sits atop an L-shape dwelling that uses a courtyard plan to great effect. Inside, a sequence of compression and expansion sees living and bedrooms more inclosed. the house is bright and white throughout with all parts carefully composed to accommodate a lifetime of books, furniture and art.
Now shortlisted for a National Architecture Award:
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