The Brake House, Titirangi, New Zealand
Designed by Ron Sang in the 1970s for photographer Brian Brake, the Brake House really feels unobtrusive in its natural bush setting.
While the residence consists of rigid rectangular boxes, they're set out on a concrete bridge spanning a valley, giving it a very limited physical footprint. It uses cedar, which weathers in time and attracts moss.
Let this be proof for the fact that modernism and naturalness do not oppose each other at all.
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