Jack’s Point House, Kawarau Falls, Queenstown, New Zealand

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Jack’s Point House, Kawarau Falls, Queenstown, New Zealand

Ben Hudson Architect’s design sought to emulate the simple rural style of New Zealand’s south island and as such is a contemporary interpretation of a hay barn with a single pitch farm shed roof.

The brief was a family home for four; comfortable rather than grandiose and to deliver a design that complimented the site and felt ‘naturally belonging’ to the landscape.

The building provides a natural complement to its backdrop of a dramatic mountain range, creating a harmonious accompaniment rather than a sharp contrast.

Product: Thermally modified clear pine.

Architect: Ben Hudson Architects

Photography: Sarah Rowlands Photography

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