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Capturing Coastline and the Mountains. This simple yet stunning home design coasts by Parsonson Architects New Zealand made to work with the rugged coastal landscape. Located in a remote settlement Shoal Bay in the Hawkes Bay (for non-New Zealand out there, it was found on the east coast North Island), rural houses lifted off the ground and set up adjacent to the original reprimand, around the beginning of 1900. Casual style of the house is clear, as described by the architect: “rough but welcoming and offers a simple shelter, it is the kind of place where you begin your shoes and do not have to worry about the sand running through the house.” The exterior features wood slats that allow natural light to filter through the interior. Floor to ceiling sliding glass walls and skylights are also doing a good job of bringing the outside in. The two slightly off-center of the pavilion to make a house, a residence occupied by the community and the other by the bedroom. Each end of the house features a deck – the perfect viewpoint to the beach and mountains.

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