A conceptual approach opposite to the Taylor’s Mistake House has been used at Kenepuru.
Here a tiny cabin opens out into the landscape. Materials extend past one another and overlap, building up a rich construction language.
The surrounding deck is considerably larger than the cabin itself; bearers, joists, beams and rafters carry out past the walls of the building proper. Individual elements are layered and repeated, each joist, each board given autonomy.
Some 3D renderings of the design.