Building a house in the middle of a very pleasant green field, with a wide space of architecture and design can be built spacious house, without having to make a few floors. Architecture of this house built by architect Martinborough Parsonson.
The main feature of this house in New Zealand is a limitless space around it. The house is long and in this large landscape and multiple layers. The dark walls of corrugated iron are mixed with the dark lines Macrocarpa planting refuge in the distance.
Thanks to a very large area, Parsonson Architects decided to build a second floor. The definition between inside and outside is blurred by the continuity of floors and roof terraces and floating or gliding smoothly through the plane. Although the exterior looks very dark and moody, the interior is very comfortable and livable.