With a design that is unmistakably simple and pure, light enters this New Zealand home by way of slits that appear between wooden panels. From far away, you an make out the shapes and colors inside of the home, despite the fact that there are no windows. A huge sliding glass door acts as both a window and an entry, from where the kitchen and living room is viewable. The interior of the home is comprised of light wood, which has been placed on the floors and walls, and used to create an exciting window shutter design on some of the surfaces. Red appears on some of the counters and walls in the kitchen, giving the room a modern edge. This home by Parsonson Architects truly combines and invites organic elements in from all angles.