Home environments of architects Pacific Bourke
Pacific environments architects have designed the House in New Zealand Bourke Matakana.
Original home of the family moved next door made way for a new conceptual tents, Camping-done as a connected pavilions. Inspired by; and intergenerational memories-the essence of long summer holidays, activities, collections, links and stories with.
An exposed rural coastal areas, sensitive, compliments of the adjacent Board (recently completed) and Boatshed positioned on a prominent Peninsula with spectacular views; in a vernacular rural Kiwi.
Family retreat to experience (both to be protected) created the elements and the nature, offers a sustainable performance to maximize the life style and sea views.
The pavilions are connected between them, form a protective pad on central area-Camping heart-like space, offers comfort, security and connection to the land and assets.
Relax & nutrition main office, Pavilion spawned to familiarize yourself with the coastal islands. Sleeping Pavilion is adaptable protective adjacent you can experience the atmosphere of the campsite and Outlook; or closed off for privacy.
Aotearoa, “land of the long white cloud” is reflected in the horizontal roof shapes gently lift easily flies in flight above the village, the trees, the wingspan.
-Sliding doors sliding glass enhance the spaces for the opening, experience, connect. There is no holding back, just the feeling is what sea breeze, reflections and changing personalities, Moonlight and sunshine;-While he is protected from storms.
Polished concrete, aggregates and mixed-model consistency, durability and long life. Neutral interiors offer a cosy setting, native timbers salvaged from the sea coast, customizing the eclectic collections and a connection with the heart.
Red-out of Christmas tree Pohutukawa, New Zealand’s Pacific-Christmas flower a preferred client represents the joy and celebration-spray.
One with the nature of their energy for cooling, heating, solar hot water, rainwater recycling-for nourishing, refreshing, honor the benefits of land use.
Originally a weekend retreat, brought the power of home moving permanently. Happy holidays!
Photo of Lucy Gauntlett