Mckenzie House by Atelier Workshop
by Ted Savage / September 29, 2011
Via @ArchDaily, a home nestled in an apple orchard in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, encourages a sense of seclusion and isolation from neighboring properties.


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To recognize the existing home, designed by late New Zealand architect John Scott, renowned for his unique structures incorporating Maori and cultural architecture, "the new building is a simple two level, compact, cubic volume reintroducing and abstracting the themes developed by Scott." More at Atelier Workshop. Photo: Paul Mcredie.

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