A true example of perfect utilization of gardens and topography, the S house was completed in 2012. The Glamuzian Paterson architects have divided the thin lot into two gardens offering multiple opportunities to the viewers while moving around. Having a compact form, the building and structure has been given an elongated plan allowing extensive connection and circulation.
The house corridor has singular spinal shape expanding and contracting along the space creating a division between east and west garden. Designed for an Auckland family, the S house offers a large play area for children and living area including bedrooms and lounge at the knuckles of the building. The elevated street has been decorated with Ribbon wood trees to offer a natural and fresh forestry area.
The exterior of house is kept unique and rustic in look with stained cedar while the roof is made up of corrugated iron matching up the theme. The concrete floor along with white and black internal pallets adds to the elegance while built in furniture enhances the usability and functionality at same time. The S house of Glamuzian Paterson architects reflects the value of mystery within ordinary settings in true sense.