Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects


16 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight
4 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight

Text description supplied through the architects. At the tip of a protracted driveway, nestled among the neighboring properties and established Pohutukawa timber, an present 1960’s brick and tile house sat stubbornly in the course of the web site. While practical, the prevailing residing supplied a confronting car-centric access and failed to have interaction with the panorama or the impressive perspectives over Cox’s Bay in Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour.

18 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight

Lloyd Hartley used to be requested to grow to be this area into a contemporary house that responds to its context and offers a personal town oasis for a tender circle of relatives. The number one architectural technique is a lined access courtyard, with the home bridging over, to create a pedestrian-friendly front.

13 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight
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15 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight

This house additionally supplies a way of unencumber to the tip of the lengthy pressure by way of borrowed perspectives to neighboring tennis-court. The spatial enhancement of the most important spaces is a key driving force to the remainder of the design with the open stairwell drawing in gentle from above and the principle dwelling spaces given further top to completely include the beautiful outlook and herbal gentle.

20 Herne Bay Hideaway / Lloyd Hartley Architects Architecture © David Straight

The home is prolonged to supply a right away hyperlink to the rear landscaping and external upper-level decks are supplied to permit the quite a lot of dwelling spaces and courtyards to glue. A sparsely decided on palette of herbal fabrics and blank detailing ties the home in combination making a cohesive and undying entire. 

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