Rothesay Bay House in New Zealand Inspires Calmness
Feb 05, 2014 17:46
The Rothesay Bay House is a modern dwelling in Auckland, New Zealand, with a refined wooden exterior and a fancy modern interior. Designed by Creative Arch, it was built on its existing groundwork structure to save resources and to focus on recycling and harming the environment as little as possible.
Wood is the main material used throughout the home, complementing the contemporary unpretentious design.
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