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An eco-ingenious new-build in the beachside community of Paekakariki is the perfect weekend retreat for a Wellington couple and their grown-up children David Werry (GP), his wife, Philippa (writer), and their adult childrencanvas thro

An eco-ingenious new-build in the beachside community of Paekakariki is the perfect weekend retreat for a Wellington couple and their grown-up children

David Werry (GP), his wife, Philippa (writer), and their adult childrencanvas throw pillow covers, Lizzie (youth worker), Charlotte (fine arts graduate) and Katherine (law student).

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Here the kitchen and living area opens to the outside. At night, lights shine through the slatted macrocarpa boxes fixed around the eaves.

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A plywood interior embraces the simplicity of the Kiwi bach. Splashes of bright red warm up the space.

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The kitchen’s subtle design cleverly hides a large amount of storage.

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This wider deck area at the western end captures the last of the afternoon’s warmth.

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David and Philippa?love the ambience of a burning flame on?a winter’s night with the sound of the sea pounding in the distance.

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The long rod lights scattered throughout are in tune with the simple, understated aesthetic.

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A concrete floor with double-thickness polystyrene underneath provides superb passive heating.

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Macrocarpa decking on the northern side links the rooms of this weekend home.

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As a bright contrast, the internal doors, firebox, glass splashback in the kitchen and an insert in the lounge have all been coloured a bold red.

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Simple rod lights with bare bulbs and the clean lines of the efficient woodburner continue the focus on a basic aesthetic.

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Here the kitchen and living area opens to the outside.

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The decor is mainly driven by the natural tones of the wood ply on the walls and ceilings.

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The perfect little study area.

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A gorgeous little study area with built-in seating sits in a door-less opening off the hallway and looks out onto the deck.

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The home’s design preserved the existing cabbage trees on the property which was important to David and Philippa.

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In each bedroom, the bed has been placed in the centre of the room with storage installed behind the bedhead.

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The shelving unit behind the bed in the main bedroom removes the need for drawers elsewhere in the room.

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Louvres have been strategically placed for cross-ventilation and temperature control

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Between the home’s two arms lies a sheltered courtyard for morning sun

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The ‘wet room’-style bathroom has been built with an eye to it possibly being the Werrys’ full-time home when they retire.

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The emphasis on simplicity in the guest bedroom echoes the design of the entire home and, again, is lifted with a pop of red.

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A generous sliding door gives easy access to the sheltered courtyard.

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Two sets of bunk beds were the ideal solution for the narrowest bedroom.

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Words by: Catherine Steel. Photography by: Russell Kleyn.

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