Two families, one bach.
Shared space with 5 bedrooms and multi living on a 127 m2 footprint. Compact, though not quite a ‘tiny house’, with tough site coverage rules. An architectural mash-up of industrial and natural and the original Pauanui utility sheds. Details expressed and deliberate. The inclusion of the mezzanine with space saver stair was not within NZ Building code, so ATA applied for a determination. Now it is.
Full height rope mesh arrest screen, exposed trusses, MDF negative detailed ceilings, plywood walls and MDF batten linings, and an epic burnished concrete floor. Too many beautiful details to name them all but there’s a few to get you going. Built for the sun and dividing outdoors for each season and occasion.
Teranui is the ADNZ (Architectural Designers New Zealand) Waikato Regional Winner – Residential New Home 150-300m2 – 2018.
Construction by 90 Degrees Construction.