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Parsonson Architects Design a Stunning Contemporary Home in Marlborough, New Zealand

By Magaly Grosso


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This spectacular construction is embedded into the mountain, and is surrounded by thick vegetation. It was built on several levels to adapt it to the unevenness of the terrain. From there, the views of the sea and the mountains that surround it are simply spectacular, and it is definitely one of the great advantages of this house.

The view of the calm waters – which during daytime reflects the sun and during nighttime reflects the moonlight – could not be more relaxing.

It was designed by the architectural firm Parsonson Architects in 2016. Located on Kenepuru Road, in Marlborough, New Zealand, the home consists of 500 square meters.

Aerial view of the building
View of the house hidden among the thick vegetation
Side view of the house and its corridors

Wood, one of the most used materials in the home’s construction and design, can be found in the various areas and spaces of the house. Thus, we see that not only the floors were covered with wood, but that it was also used on the roof and ceiling.

View of the interior through the glass doors

Living room seen from the terrace

Inside, the combination of the wood with the white walls – taking into consideration that it is a very bright space thanks to all the light that it receives from the outside – creates a pleasant atmosphere which is conducive to enjoyment and rest.

Interior view of the living room, dining room, and kitchen
Dining room surrounded by glass walls

Dining room with views through glass walls
Wooden stairs

Night view of the kitchen, minimalist on white
Beautiful view of the exterior from the interior
Night view from the terrace

Long wooden corridors run through the house and connect the spaces.

Internal terraces

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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