Shark Alley House

Shark Alley is a family retreat, a robust structure able to hold its own against the rugged coast, capturing the aspect whilst providing comfortable shelter from hostile elements. With the harsh weather coming from the sea, the windward side can provide shelter, leaving the leeward side open for access to the outdoor courtyard.

Project Details:

Internal floor area approximately 250sq.m. Construction was completed end of 2004. Tim Hay and Jeff Fearon are the design architects. Photography is by Patrick Reynolds.

Recognition: Winner of an New Zealand Architecture Award (NZIA Awards 2004) Finalist for a New Zealand Architeture Supreme Award (NZIA Awards 2004) Published in Architectural Record’s 50 Year Record Houses (US, 2005) Published in the Phaidon Atlas 21st Century Architecture (Phaidon 2009)