Herbertville Bach

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Set along a sweeping expanse of remote Hawkes Bay coastline, a simple gabled form is split in two to create separate pavilions, connected with a covered outdoor living area. 

The compact floor area is offset with mezzanine levels, which add half the overall footprint again. The annex building facilitates various functions and there is a second bathroom with its own external access – each of these features allow flexible use of space. Engineered timber portals form the enclosed outdoor area, with opaque polycarbonate cladding providing an accent against the weathered copper and silvered Macrocarpa of the exterior. 

The Herbertville Bach has a 109²m footprint and a final cost of $400,000.

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Herbertville Bach

Set along a sweeping expanse of remote Hawkes Bay coastline, a simple gabled form is split in two to create separate pavilions, connected with a covered outdoor living area. 

The compact floor area is offset with mezzanine levels, which add half the overall footprint again. The annex building facilitates various functions and there is a second bathroom with its own external access – each of these features allow flexible use of space. Engineered timber portals form the enclosed outdoor area, with opaque polycarbonate cladding providing an accent against the weathered copper and silvered Macrocarpa of the exterior. 

The Herbertville Bach has a 109²m footprint and a final cost of $400,000.

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Herbertville Bach

Set along a sweeping expanse of remote Hawkes Bay coastline, a simple gabled form is split in two to create separate pavilions, connected with a covered outdoor living area. 

The compact floor area is offset with mezzanine levels, which add half the overall footprint again. The annex building facilitates various functions and there is a second bathroom with its own external access – each of these features allow flexible use of space. Engineered timber portals form the enclosed outdoor area, with opaque polycarbonate cladding providing an accent against the weathered copper and silvered Macrocarpa of the exterior. 

The Herbertville Bach has a 109²m footprint and a final cost of $400,000.

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