Annandale Seascape Cottage was designed by architectural firm Pattersons on the edge of peninsula Banks, New Zealand. Local stones and concrete were used during the building of the house. Earthen roof helps the cottage to be less visible in the landscape. Moreover, panoramic windows and skylights make nature an integral part of its interior. The inside walls haven’t frill finish, that also intensifies the oneness with the environment. The cottage is designed as a comfortable and pacified place for the secluded relaxation of the honeymoon. Nobody will concern your peace. You can get here only by the helicopter or jeep, because no one road leads there.

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