This House was to build an uncomplicated holiday house, which could also be let out for rental income. The existing original cottages are slowly being lost as properties change hands, so the approach was to build in a way that retains the language of the existing built forms of Seal Rocks and to be respectful of context. Named ‘Kurreki’, (‘Bush Myrtle’ in the Worimi language), the feel of the house is one of luxury camping. Being able to close the outer perimeter makes all rooms openable to the central deck. This allows you to sleep under mosquito nets, with a view of the night sky. A wide shaded entry foyer is for storage of surfboards, hanging towels and wetsuits while a shower nearby reduces sand spreading throughout the house. The most popular space is the shady hammock deck, which receives constant use. Please check on Bourne Blue site for more information and design.