Beautiful house is one of hot keywords that people always find with millions of result in Google. What kind of beautiful house do you find?.  In fact, there are many choices that make you feel too difficult to have the best decision. Today, we will visit in New Zealand – a beautiful and friendly country , especially let’s go into New Zealand to look for Best Five New Zealand’s House – where will help you arouse insipration for your house design.

Sliding House by Dalman Architecture

Situated on a hilltop on the Canterbury Plains surrounded by llamas and grassland, this family home enjoys a stunning range of views. The plan of three wings was inspired by an arrangement of children’s plastic blocks, and the courtyard can be opened up on two sides by large rusty-steel gates that have been designed to factor in strong winds.


Number 5 House by Architectus

The latest addition to a classic summertime Kiwi encampment on Waiheke Island. Architectus has married timber with masonry blockwork for an understated aesthetic that suits the beachy site. The floor plan balances formality and comfort, with an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area – perfect for groups that have come to relax and enjoy their holiday.


Lake View House by McAuliffe Stevens

Located next to beautiful Lake Wanaka, this striking modern home has a theme of suspension and contrast, with three cantilevered wings connected by a glazed box atop a flight of floating stairs. The living wing is covered in clear-finished cedar, while the private quarters are clad with steel. Surrounding views can be enjoyed from any of the three outdoor entertaining areas.


Ponsonby House by Ross Brown

Externally finished in precast concrete, this gable-roofed abode is the family home for the Lods, who took inspiration for its design from Tom Kundig’s ‘The Pierre’ House and architect Jean Prouvé’s oeuvre. Almost bursting with contemporary artworks, unique lighting fittings and floral arrangements, the Lods’ house demonstrates a commitment to design at every scale.


Storey House by Irving Smith Architects

On a steep hillside with an ocean outlook, this horseshoe-shaped house is situated along the coastal road from Nelson to Atawhai. The plan of One Storey House is a U-shape on its side that opens up to the northern sun with a large decked courtyard. The owners spend most of their time in the privacy of the back wing, where they have a fantastic view out over the ocean.


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