Harmony between light and forms – a modern home

This house is named Pekapeka and is designed by Parsonson Architects. It is situated on New Zeeland. It was an exploration of how to create a building with strong architectural character but economical at the same time.

They used a modular construction technique is also simple with a very simple. The plant is a rectangle and divided into 3 parts, the solid forms of the room at each end supported on a floating roof living space.


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