Tent House by Chris Tate Architecture

A private retreat with an angled roof in New Zealand. 

Chris Tate designed The Tent House for his weekend / personal retreat / studio. It was an experimental project designed to challenge the expectations of what a weekend house may be.  It is not tiny but it is compact and very livable.  When not in use it is rented out for short term accommodation and photo shoots. The house comprises of 70m2 of floor space including the mezzanine sleeping area, there is compromised floor space due to the compounding angles running to the point. There is one bedroom, one bathroom, a fully functioning kitchen with the rest of the space being open plan or some what of a gallery for the living.