Built by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter in Helsingborg, Sweden with date Images by Adam Mørk. Råå Forskola, a kindergarten, is situated on the scenic beach between the old Råå School and the Sea/Øresund.
Though much of the outdoor life of the house is within the confines of the yard, the design has a porousness that allows a perpetual, if mediated, interaction with the neighbors and the street. Photo by: João CanzianiCourtesy of: Joao Canziani
“When architects Lance and Nicola Herbst moved to New Zealand from South Africa, they were immediately fascinated by the local building type known as a bach—a modest beach cottage constructed from timber and corrugated iron,” he writes.
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