10 JAN 2018

Bach Living

To start the year right, we've tuned in to the particular kiwi seasonal favourite, the bach.

Words by Emma Eagle

Take a look through our board over on Pinterest, featuring architectural inspiration from the talented New Zealanders who continue to interpret the treasured and humble bach for a contemporary audience.

Feature image – Castle Rock Beach House by Herbst Architects

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Great Barrier Island, by Herbst Architects
Hut on Sleds, Coromandel, by Crosson Clarke Carnachan
Coromandel, by Crosson Clarke Carnachan
Waiheke Island, Architectus
Rawhiti, Studio Pacific Architecture
Auckland, Herbst Architects

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