Life MUST be difficult for whoever lives in the Owhanake Bay House in Waiheke Island, New Zealand designed by Strachan Group Architects. It’s like they’re living in some desolate prison yard. Yuck…NOT.
“Located on Waiheke Island, a 19km ferry journey from down-town Auckland, the Owhanake Bay house hunkers-down below a ridge line at the head of a gully. Slowing to the pace of “island life”, the house turns its back on the city to engage the view east over the outer islands of the Hauraki Gulf.”
“Designed for a semi-retired couple, ease of movement and single level accessibility were requirements that set challenges for design on a site with a significant natural slope.”
What do you think of this home and its mouth-watering views?!