Kuaotunu House, is Holyday Beach House Design with Sliding Glass Walls designed by CCCA. Located in Kuaotunu, Coromandel, New Zeland. The materials were chosen to reflect the relaxed coastal colors and lack of maintenance – the tin roof designed to mimic fish scales fictitious. Existing Bach is now open to the sun and views. The sliding glass walls are arranged to dissolve the barrier between inside and outside. Shutters allow Parliament to be closed while the owners are not in residence.
The intention was to renovate an existing home for a family vacation on a spectacular site Kuaotunu. Bach had served the family for many years and was full of family memories. Was too valuable as an artifact of the family to demolish.
The holiday experience is enhanced by separate pavilions must be disconnected from the main room, this translates into a camp experience to go from ‘tent to another. The social organization of this plan is relaxing and others. There is no entry earlier. Experiences of daily rituals are connected to the outside and a contrast of urban life. The en-suite opens to the outside so that the experience of the shower and bathroom in nature.