Tiltpanel House by Irving Smith Jack Architects
by Harry / May 2, 2012
Via @archdaily, a durable, cost efficient and thermally sustainable house in Nelson, New Zealand, bordered by a forest reserve and overlooking Tasman Bay.


"... the Tiltpanel House was developed using a commercial approach to fabricating buildings with preformed insulated concrete panels. The industrial structure was then domesticated with applied layering of texture and light to soften and warm as a family home." More at Irving Smith Jack Architects. Photos: Patrick Reynolds.


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