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Brick Bay House By Glamuzina Paterson Architects

By Magaly – Classes: Bedroom, Decorative Accessories, Dining Area, Fireplace, Furnishings, Homes, Interior Layout, Kitchen, Landscaping, Living Space, Rugs, Staircase, Wall Decor   

Brick Bay Residence is positioned in Snells Seaside, New Zealand, and was designed by Glamuzina Paterson Architects.

The residence is constructed as a series of open spaces, letting the rolling hills that surround it permeate the building’s interior.


Brick Bay Home by Glamuzina Paterson Architects:

“The Brick Bay Home is an enquiry into the place a website starts and ends how to define the edges of the venture and the way landscape could be inhabited. Firmly dug into the earth and composed as a basic L program, its minimal kind recollects modest farming buildings and the thought of an ‘Elegant Shed’.

The house was designed for a family of 5, with the clients wanting a property that responded to the contours of the land with a relaxed sense of connection to the rural surroundings. The house is found on the street to Snell’s Seaside on a 4 ha section, that is steeply rises to the west with views to Kawau Bay and a primary road along the south western boundary.

The home negotiates the contours of the site with the private places staggering down the hill to the south, producing a courtyard, and offering protection. The L plan forms a barrier to the street over on the south west boundary, blocking noise and offering privacy. The north deck opens to the east and west permitting afternoon sun to penetrate the residing locations. The open plan living places below the gable roof have porch enclosures to north and east that frame views to Kawau Bay.

The facade of Macrocarpa board and batten wraps the property with a beautifully textured grain that gives a natural warmth to the façade, registering time as its colour alterations. The louvered frame to the walkway gallery offers shade in the summer and safety in the winter. The environmental positive aspects of timber was important to the task, with timber currently being locally sourced and milled in small runs from Riverhead shelterbelt trees. Waste was dealt with on site with sawdust utilised for the backyard and farm, and off-cuts for firewood and furniture.”

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Photographs courtesy of Glamuzina Paterson Architects

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