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The living area is designed for entertaining. On sunny days, the glass walls slide back so it’s totally open. The semi-opaque screen can also be opened to catch the last rays of the setting sun. At night and in poor weather, the whole assembly closes up, the laminated sliding doors sealing out drafts and locking in the day’s warmth.

As is typical for a bach like this, the owners have used inexpensive furnishings; in this case, second-hand bar stools and generic paper shades. Tagged: Dining Room, Chair, Pendant Lighting, and Table.  Photo 6 of 7 in Off-the-Grid Island House in New Zealand Connects with the Outdoors
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