Feather House by Irving Smith Architects
Nelson, New Zealand
It takes a certain level of daredevilry and nous to convince a client to build a two-bedroomed home for a family of five. Yet, this is not the only bold aspect that attracted the judges to this Nelson abode. Using a metaphor of ‘feathers’ to underpin both layout and materiality, the architect has achieved a level of consistency and generosity of spirit which far surpasses the smallness of its floorplate.
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