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Inspirational residential architecture from New Zealand.

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A Mondrian-style window overlooks the west-facing deck, breaking up the verticality of the cedar cladding and admitting an abundance of natural light into the home. Modern Minimalist House, Modern House Design, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, Cedar Cladding, Entry Doors With Glass, New Zealand Houses, Neutral Walls, Dream House Exterior

A Mondrian-style window overlooks the west-facing deck, breaking up the verticality of the cedar cladding and admitting an abundance of natural light into the home.

On the southern side of the house gaboon ply was used on the ceiling, while on the northern side a lighter, painted finish was employed. New Zealand Mountains, Timber Ceiling, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, New Zealand Houses, Origami Models, Shed Homes, Paint Finishes, Beach House

On the southern side of the house gaboon plywood was used on the ceiling, on the northern side a lighter, painted finish has been employed.

Resene Lumbersider Black was selected for this garage door to contrast the cedar cladding, part of a new home project by Architecture Smith + Scully. Cedar Cladding, Exterior Cladding, Wall Cladding, Layout Design, Design Ideas, Bathroom Lighting Design, Bathroom Designs, Kitchen Lighting, Bathroom Suppliers

Western red cedar contrasts with the black Hardiflex panels, bringing a natural warmth to the scheme.

The layered, multifacted configuration of this house by architect Anna-Marie Chin forms a distinct silhouette. Copper House, New Zealand Houses, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, Large Homes, Cladding, Exterior, Cabin, Mansions

The layered, multifacted configuration of this house by architect Anna-Marie Chin forms a distinct silhouette.

A quiet nook encourages quiet contemplation of the trees and water. The kitchen cabinetry was made from an oak tree felled on the site. Minimalist Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Cabinetry, Knotty Alder Kitchen, Rustic Track Lighting, Kitchen Renovation Cost, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, New Zealand Houses

A quiet nook encourages quiet contemplation of the trees and water. The kitchen cabinetry was made from an oak tree felled on the site.

For the owners of this Auckland house, maximising the site to gain a variety of … - Modern Cantilever Architecture, Modern Architecture House, Modern House Design, Architecture Design, Container Architecture, Style At Home, Passive House, Dream House Exterior, House Extensions

A juxtaposition of materials, coupled with bold lines, produces a visually arresting family home by Architecture Smith + Scully.

The architect devised a series of elevated timber boardwalks to provide access around the perimeter of the house without impeding the overland flow path that runs across the property. Entry Doors With Glass, Suburban House, Neutral Walls, Front Deck, Red Cedar, How To Level Ground, Outdoor Areas, Cladding, Paths

The architect devised a series of elevated timber boardwalks to provide access around the perimeter of the house without impeding the overland flow path that runs across the property.

Skylights and carefully positioned windows admit natural light while ensuring a high level of privacy from neighbours. New Zealand Houses, Residential Architecture, Skylights, Minimalism, High Level, Stairs, Natural Light, Windows, Simple

Skylights and carefully positioned windows admit natural light while ensuring a high level of privacy from neighbours.

A large window marks the link between the villa and the addition. The ceiling height in the addition has been lowered to reflect the standard ceiling height in a modern house. New Zealand Houses, Ceiling Height, Large Windows, Residential Architecture, Contemporary, Modern, Villa, Curtains, Inspiration

A large window marks the link between the villa and the addition. The ceiling height in the addition has been lowered to reflect the standard ceiling height in a modern house.

This house, by Daniel Marshall Architects, has been designed as two pavilions linked by a bridge over a cascading water feature. New Zealand Houses, Residential Architecture, Water Features, Pavilion, Architects, Bridge, Mansions, House Styles, Inspiration

This house, by Daniel Marshall Architects, has been designed as two pavilions linked by a bridge over a cascading water feature.

Ample glazing, coupled with voids in the roof plane, allows for natural light and solar gain. Infrared panels in the ceiling are an unobtrusive mechanical heating device. Residential Architecture, House Architecture, Mexican Hacienda, Tree Felling, New Zealand Houses, Cedar Homes, Old Oak Tree, Glass Front Door

Ample glazing, coupled with voids in the roof plane, allows for natural light and solar gain. Infrared panels in the ceiling are an unobtrusive mechanical heating device.

The west-facing facade of this house by Richard E Shackleton Architects features a deep overhang to mitigate solar gain during the hot Otago summers. Roof Overhang, Thermal Mass, New Zealand Houses, Residential Architecture, Open Plan, Cladding, Facade, Gain, Traditional

The west-facing facade of this house by Richard E Shackleton Architects features a deep overhang to mitigate solar gain during the hot Otago summers.

Sliding glazed panels site flush within the wall, creating a opening between the open-plan living area and the outdoor living space. Living Area, Living Spaces, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, New Zealand Houses, Other Space, Open Plan Living, Cladding, Dining Bench

Sliding glazed panels sit flush within the wall, creating a 9m-wide opening between the open-plan living area and the outdoor living space.

6 Bedroom Luxury Villa Rental with Spa Pool in Queenstown, New Zealand New Zealand Architecture, Residential Architecture, Queenstown Accommodation, Copper House, New Zealand Houses, Luxury Villa Rentals, Luxurious Bedrooms, Mansions, House Styles

Clad in copper, this house both absorbs and reflects the light, merging almost seamlessly with its surroundings.

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