Korora / Daniel Marshall Architects

Korora / Daniel Marshall Architects

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Korora / daniel marshall architects

A ridge stretching between the Hauraki Gulf and the pastoral landscape of Waiheke Island provided a stunning, and challenging, context in which to design a home. The approach was to work within the contour of the ridge, as an attempt to minimise the impact on the landscape.

Korora / daniel marshall architects

The plan form of the house is spaced between two courtyards, which are bridged by a gabled roof stretched across the long axis.

Korora / daniel marshall architects

The courtyards provide the opportunity to shelter from either of the two dominant winds.The materiality of the house draws on two architectural conditions of Waiheke, the masonry forms were inspired by the gun emplacements of Stoney Batter. The use of cedar and plywood reflect precarious weekenders of the island’s past.

Project Details:
Location:  New Zealand
Type: Residential Houses
Architects: Daniel Marshall Architectswww.marshall-architect.co.nz
Designers: Daniel Marshall, Mike Hartley, Karamia Muller
Completed: 2010
Photos: Patrick Reynolds


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