A 45-square-metre studio designed for an exposed Wellington hilltop - Homes To Love

prefabnsmallhomes: “The Thurston Studio, Wellington, New Zealand by Architect Cushla Thurston.

This New Zealand "bach" (a simple vacation home) has a 592 sq ft main level plus two attic loft bedrooms. | SmallHouseBliss

LOCARNO NZ Architecture Inspiration // This New Zealand "bach" (a simple vacation home) has a 592 sq ft main level plus two attic loft bedrooms.

Andrew Simpson's Tiny House - WireDog Architecture - New Zealand - Porch - Humble Homes

Designed by Andrew Simpson of WireDog Architecture, this small house is set on a sloping quarter-acre lot in New Zealand.

A 45-square-metre studio designed for an exposed Wellington hilltop - Homes To Love

A bach-style studio with gob-smacking views of Wellington - Homes To Love

In the entry circulation space, windows capture selected views of the rural landscape.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

The building acts as a pavilion, with a series of sculptural forms fanning out from a 3.5 metre entry ‘court’.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

Clients Robyn and Graham Ballard imagined a spacious building, which would respond to the site’s unique views.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

Thresholds are dissolved as a result of the free-flowing layout of interconnected alcoves.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

Level entry transitions between indoor and outdoor areas dissolve the sense of separation between spaces.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

In lieu of pool fencing, a moat with hedging was devised to separate the patio and pool areas, so as not to obstruct the rural view.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

A holiday home in Cardrona Valley designed as an exercise in going without

The landscape of the Cardrona Valley is big; the holiday home there that architect Richard Naish of RTA Studio designed for himself and his family is much less so

A large butler’s pantry is hidden out of sight at the rear of the kitchen and means the spacious living areas are free from clutter.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

The outdoor room with concrete fireplace is a cosy, sheltered spot.

A collection of interconnected alcoves redefines the notion of a traditional farmhouse in this Gordonton homestead.

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