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House of the Week: A Sleek Modern Home Is Also Family-Friendly

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 22, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Allie Weiss last modified Apr 20, 2015

The downstairs area is floored in polished concrete , and flanked on the north side by huge full-height windows through which  passive heat is gathered. The majority of the winter heating, however, is from a ground source heat pump that uses the latent energy in the earth — a relatively new solution in New Zealand. The site of this family home outside Queenstown, New Zealand  is in a slight depression, and surrounded by mountains, so architect Bergendy Cooke kept the footprint small and built upwards to give access to the views. Inside, family-friendly details abound, including a custom bunk bed.






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