Waiheke Island Rock House by Andrew Patterson Architects

The Waiheke Island Local Rock House has been recently designed by Andrew Patterson Architects in New Zealand. This design creates a contemporary residence for an expatriate family. Its sited on a steep East facing coastal escarpment just above a Pohutukawa fringed white sand beach and is accessed by a beachfront lane below. The home uses locally sourced pyrite rock in its construction. Its composition seeks to create a ‘sense of place in New Zealand’.

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