- Gray modern workplace
- Life in the middle
- Caravan decoration – create a retro touch.
- Red bow on bright orange chair
- Kitchen without handles
- 20 showers modern garden design – sleek look and functionality
- Hotel Sagaponeck design provides comfort for the whole family
- White kitchen with wooden worktop
- Light Blue as a wall decoration in the room
- Room in pastel colors
Start on the coast of New Zealand with an insert of glass wood and attractive
Contemporary house on the coast is a project of Dorrington Architects & Associates, founded in 2007 in Coopers Beach, Northland, New Zealand. Coopers Beach House consists of 3 connected buildings structures that create an attractive overall design. The use of a lot of glass gives an impression of visual lightness, while the wood inside to provide a warm and pleasant comfort.
Modern house on the coast attracts to live close to nature
Not all homes on the coast of Coopers Beach offers such opportunities as these. The building is surrounded by green meadows. The property is located close to the beach and is very flat, ideal for a large garden. Both inside and outside, there is a palpable sense of peace, relaxation and balance between man and nature.
House on the coast of Dorrington Architects & Associates in New Zealand
The interior is airy, spacious and bright materials, creating modern and high-quality comfort and exude the same elegance. The issue of privacy was next to sunny conditions and site selection is an important aspect in the design. Lounge are located on levels 4 and the lives connected by a wide corridor. The largest volume of construction are the bedrooms, a bathroom, a comfortable home office, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view. The main living space is on the first floor in the living pavilion. Building garage with separate connection to the living room and basement complete the picture. The communication between the interior and exterior space is emphasized.
Clean, geometric constructions with a contemporary look
View of the side of the house with no windows
Floor to ceiling windows offer views of the surrounding area
soil depth of opening windows create
Wood makes the room brighter and warmer
Equipped with wood veneer kitchen
Open wooden shelves
Bathroom wall tile design with ceramic
Photo of Emma-Jane Hetherington