A Dialog Between Environments: City House in Auckland by Architex
We have spotted recently the work of Architex who have completed several interesting projects. One of them is a wonderful project in Auckland, New Zealand, consisting of a home that exhales transparency and seeks to establish a dialogue between the interior living space and the outdoor environment. City House is a private oasis of relaxation. The client asked for a place that disconnects him from his busy professional life. The classic walls disappear, enhancing the feeling of breeziness and freedom. “Sliding glass panels disappear into pockets to create open balconies for living and sleeping, and focus on the central courtyard as their oasis. The street facade is particularly private with only a hint of the sophistication that lies beyond in the selection of colour and materials.”
The courtyard is structured a space that accommodates several outdoor rooms, allowing the inhabitant to enjoy fresh air and green grass at the fullest! The nature even sneaks inside the house: each room is bordered by pebble stones. The interior is neat and airy, nicely decorated in different shades of neutral colours.