Crosson Clark Carnachan Architects hit one out of the ball park with their cute and clever Whangapoua Sled House. We just love modern design that isn’t huge; that’s a reasonable size but still has everything you need and looks great. Located on a white sand beach on New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula, the home is tall, narrow and covered in lovely wood hues.
“Designed to close up against the elements, the hut measures a mere 40 square metres and rests on two thick wooden ‘sleds’ that allow it to be shifted around the beach front section. This innovative portability is a response to the ever changing landscape that line the beachfront in this coastal erosion zone.”
For more photos and information visit Crosson Clark Carnachan Architects’s website.
What do you think about the look of this home? What do you think about a home that can be slid around?