Lejeanne Marais
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Spring Creek House Way to big - but like the orientation of the house - front and back

Great windows and how this house is not just a boring square box. It potentially has outdoor areas within the separate parts of the house which would be wind/weather proof.

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Contemporary NZ classic, from Design Builders for sale on Trade Me, New Zealand's auction and classifieds website

1. This sheltered outdoor living area at the Wanaka house features low sofas grouped around a large, wood-burning fireplace. The fully glazed gable ends on the main living pavilion allow a view through the house to the lake beyond.

This sheltered outdoor living area at the Wanaka house features low sofas grouped around a large, wood-burning fireplace. The fully glazed gable ends on the main living pavilion allow a view through the house to the lake beyond.

Add 2 more places

Like the schist and the covered outdoor area. Like the black poles. Similar look above under entry gable, schist finishing then black beams connecting roof.

In the rear of this home is a new extension, where a 400 sqft addition was created to house the master bedroom and bathroom.

Revetement exterieur le meme que toit, might save cost? In the rear of this home is a new extension, where a 400 sqft addition was created to house the master bedroom and bathroom.

This single-level residence, by Sumich Architects, comprises three stepped pavilions and linking spaces. The design provides multiple exit points and maximises outdoor living areas.

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting