This new in-situ concrete residence can be understood conceptually as a Hinaki. An fishing trap of folded paths and dead ends. Entering from the midpoint the cantilevered front extends back to a deep courtyard pool. The journey through the house folds around a central stair core that supports a weathered totara cloaking. Cabinetry and fittings are detailed with a simple elegance with stone and furnishings coloured to a rich palette. Gestures of coloured glass allow the wash of light across “geologic” concrete surfaces. Heating and cooling are experienced through the thermal mass of the interior and convective flows through saw tooth roof glazing.