Parsonson Architects has finished a very unique minimalist pavilion design house in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand namely Shoal Bay Bach. This is a highly minimalist living space that located in such an amazing location. The greatness of a modern housing creation is always determined by, at least, three thing; they are location selection, architectural design creation and space setting decoration. It seems that this house is able to show us that it has all of them in the quality that deserves some credits from all of us. This contemporary living space design can become such a great example of possibly living space that we need to create twenty or thirty years from now.
This pavilion design house shows that it has two different areas, the public and the private area. The public area, which is consist of living room, dining room and kitchen is decorated by using open space design, while the private one, the one in which the bedroom is situated, is created in a very private design. In the matter of material selection, both two areas are dominated by wooden material. It is set in horizontal formation to form a wooden wall. In the public area, there are gaps between the vertical wooden formations while in the private one there are no gaps between the woods.
The interior design creation that applied in this perfect family home design is also the one that contribute the quality of the house. It uses modern minimalist style with wooden material domination in furniture selection.
The space setting of this gorgeous home design creation is also the one that make it so special. It uses open space setting and efficient house part placement. The pavilion design house by Parsonson Architects is indeed something that can become a nice example for any other home design creation.
Photographs: Paul McCredie