My Favourite Build­ing

HOME’s youngest sub­scriber Hunter Hark­ness – aged nine and a quar­ter – doesn’t look far for in­spi­ra­tion when build­ing his forts.

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“I think Grandma and Grandpa’s house (Ken Crosson’s Ti­ti­rangi ‘Red House’, which fea­tured in our April/ May 2015 Home of the Year is­sue) is the per­fect house. I wouldn’t change any­thing about it. It stands out, but lets you see all the trees around it. I like how it’s small but it feels big. It’s a re­ally fun house to play in. I re­ally like the roof deck, be­cause I can make forts up there. It also has lots of lit­tle quiet spa­ces where you can work. The most im­por­tant thing to Grandma is fam­ily. And not wast­ing things. Aun­tie Mardie built a house be­side Grandma’s. Aun­tie Mardie is dis­abled, so she can’t go up the stairs. But she has a lift in her bit and can just wheel across the cool bridge into Grandma’s.”

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