This lovely home is located on Waiheke Island, New Zealand. Its new owners live overseas, and were looking to transform this small cottage into a holiday house large enough to accommodate two families.
This large holiday home is comprised of several individual cabins, which are conceptually linked by their exterior metal cladding and sloped roofs. Following Hurricane Isabel, all new residences must be built three feet above the base flood elevation; inspired by the island local vernacular barns and fishing shacks, this unique coastal home was elevated by concrete plinths. Continue reading
Last year I had the opportunity to visit Norway, and let me tell you this northern country is friendly and unique with some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. When I saw this beautiful house I was instantly reminded of astounding crispy blue fjords, rock formations and windswept trees. Continue reading
Located in Trosa, in the archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden, the H-House is a gorgeous private residence, situated on a beautiful site overlooking the ocean. Due to the harsh climate in the region, the house was constructed in an H shape, which creates intimate and wind protected spaces and courtyards. Continue reading