1132 Abel Tasman

    With views that are the envy of the world, this bach strives to capture them in their purity, and share them with a select few tourists and family.

    The area is particularly sensitive,  with a long history of Maori settlement, and Abel Janszoon Tasman first sighting the area in 1642 - we have needed to be very careful with how we integrate into the landscape.

    This has been designed as a lookout, reflecting and blending with the surrounding environment throught weathered timber and glass, looking out over the bay.

    With the ability to be a family bach, and a rentable holiday home, flexibility is important, and specifically catered for.