This East Taieri home is made up of two pavilions joined by a glazed entrance. Designed by Warnock Architecture Ltd (https://www.warnockarchitecture.co.nz/default.aspx) and built by AJ Barron Building Ltd. The separate living area faces north to the farm views. The bedroom wing is home to three bedrooms including a master with ensuite and dressing room.
Clad in cedar and flat tray this is a farm shed-style home with a contemporary twist. Level threshold door sills was a key part of the door design as each room leads to outdoor courtyards. The large raking window in the kitchen merges seamlessly to the ceiling and helps flood natural light into this pavilion.
The owners on this house chose Low-E Max glazing to help retain the heat in the house due to the extensive amount of glazing. The Matt Black powder coat blends in perfectly with the cladding. Large stacking doors in the living area give options of different courtyards to flow out to.