Residential

Byrne House

Completed 2011

This new house on an elevated flat site is situated on a private section just outside Takaka. The contemporary house is understated with a subtle palette of natural materials including polished concrete, vertical shiplap Cedar, timber flooring and plywood ceilings. Designed as a series of three interconnecting modules (living, sleeping and guest) the house can easily be lived in by one person or a family of five.

‘Designed as a series of three interconnecting modules, the house can easily be lived in by one person or a family of five.’

Contractor: Frank Byrne

Photographer: John-Paul Pochin

Media: Houses “Takaka House” – Issue 26

Awards:
NZIA Nelson Marlborough Architecture Award 2017 - Housing