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New Zealand Goes Modern Part Two

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From a remote and sustainable beach house, to a compact prefab vacation home, to an affordable hillside abode, we add three new stunning residences to our previously explored topic, New Zealand Goes Modern.

A promenade, playfully dubbed “the wharf,” offers a spot to catch morning rays. Photo by: Paul McCredie
Rookie firm Patch Work Architecture used locally sourced Lawson cypress to clad the exterior of a 970-square-foot house…
The second-story viewing platform was born from an onsite discovery. After framing the first level, Patch Work…
Bach to Nature Two doctors wanted their typical New Zealand home to function as simply as it looks.
A compact prefab vacation home in the seaside community of Onemana Beach is clad in plywood and vertical timber battens…
Sliding glass doors made from Viridian’s ComfortPlus glass and yellow cedar wood lead to decks flanking the kitchen and…
The topography proved challenging so the designers elevated the house on piers.
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