This modestly sized, modern coastal retreat is designed to close up against the elements when not in use, is totally sustainable, and is movable via wooden sleds on the coast of New Zealand by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects
G1 House / Gabriel Rivera Arquitectos. Located in Guayllabamba, place of warm weather and fertile land, G1 house is a composition of architecture and nature. An avocado tree (12 meters of height) is the “central node” or “start point” that helped us when placing the project in its site. Consequently, is from this “start point” that emerges architecture.