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Modular Backyard Playhouse in New Zealand

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A New Zealand architect riffs on toy building blocks and Case Study houses for his children’s backyard fort.
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  The Case Study–like structure is framed in timber and clad in alternating modules of stained plywood and colorful, semitransparent polycarbonate.  Photo by: Simon Devitt

    The Case Study–like structure is framed in timber and clad in alternating modules of stained plywood and colorful, semitransparent polycarbonate.

    Photo by: Simon Devitt

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  Architect Marc Lithgow’s son Tome in the backyard playhouse built by his dad.  Photo by: Simon Devitt

    Architect Marc Lithgow’s son Tome in the backyard playhouse built by his dad.

    Photo by: Simon Devitt

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  A mezzanine level is accessible by a ladder, and sliding panels are integrated into the design so that occupants can peer outside.  Photo by: Simon Devitt

    A mezzanine level is accessible by a ladder, and sliding panels are integrated into the design so that occupants can peer outside.

    Photo by: Simon Devitt

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