The Crosson Clarke Carnachan architects intended to reinterpret the New Zealand building tradition through the Coromandel Bach, emphasizing on the craftsmanship of wood as an expression of structure, cladding, lining and joinery in a raw and unique way. Heavy vertical structural members support the horizontal boarding, unadorned natural timber which is a sustainable and renewable resource provides a connection to nature. The deck is wide open, providing the perfect stage for living, simple just like the house’s rectangular plan that sits across the contour in a patch of cleared bush. The living room is open to the outside and the sun while the bunkrooms are enclosed and cool and an open bathroom and movable bath makes showering and bathing as an experience that’s connected to nature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jessie

Jessie was born in China in 1989; she holds a Bachelor degree in Marketing and Global Management from Binghamton University and is currently a marketing major MBA student there. Her diverse background provided her with early exposure to different cultures which led her to take an interest in international business development. Even though she has serious intentions in becoming a globalized business woman in the future she also has many hobbies that people normally wouldn’t link together. She is a cosmetics/skincare enthusiast who started her own YouTube channel as a beauty guru in hopes of sharing her knowledge and experiences with the rest of the community. She is a dedicated foodie that spends countless hours researching the best places in town to eat and enjoy time with her friends. With possibilities of culinary school and makeup freelancing in her future, she is open-minded and hopes to live as optimistic as she can be.