Contemporary House Overlooking The Botanical Gardens Of Wellington
Overlooking the botanical gardens of Wellington, the Sea View House is an exquisite contemporary home designed by Parsonson Architects. Two iron roof sections set up the structure of the house, framing it and creating an interesting visual effect. The site is simply stunning: you’ve got the sea with its wonderful golden beaches, the mountains, the gardens and the city. Creating a harmonic interior, the architects wanted to achieve a space ideal for a large family of different age groups. Besides the metallic roof framing, plenty of cladded wood has been used in defining it.The two gestures (the iron framing) create “varying geometries and spaces with differing characters, materials and levels of light.”
Practically every room has an astonishing perspective. The Sea View House, similar to the name as of now calls attention to out, guarantees an extremely unwinding condition. The daylight tickles particularly in the morning and toward the evening: you can exploit it and appreciate some apathetic hours ruining yourself with a decent book and some coffee. The house is envisioned as a straightforward space, planning to concentrate on what you really need to see outside and by one means or another interfacing the tenant with the environment.