Inspired by California’s mid-century modern architecture movement, this contemporary Katikati
home employs clean lines, light airy volumes and extensive glazing.
A high level of technical skill was required in the realisation of this striking home.
Cedar cladding and concrete floors both feature prominently.
Timber-grain, in situ board-form concrete walls marry these materials perfectly.
Further key features of this one-level, 284sqm design include an ultra-modern entertainer’s kitchen,
underfloor central heating, recessed blinds and a secret bathroom window.
Utilising the site’s northfacing perspective, the home delivers full east-to-west living spaces and vistas.
While the entry enjoys an air of mystery, the kitchen/dining/living area opens its heart to the outdoors.
Huge stacker sliders ease the transition between refined interiors and extensive decking.
Back inside, a snug library allows a casual alternative to the more formal and sophisticated living domain.