On a waterfront site in the Bay of Islands, five separate wings are located to reinforce the natural typography and create a sense of community around the central living area.
Three of the wings are cut deep into the hillside: one of them has the pasture rolling across the roof.
The central wing is identified by the elegant curves of a hyperbolic paraboloid roof which floats over the multiple living areas.
- NZ Institute of Architects Supreme Award 2006
- NZ Institute of Architects New Zealand Award 2006
- NZ Institute of Architects Local Award 2005
- Home and Entertaining, Home of the Year Award 2004