There’s nothing straightforward about this Queenstown abode. Sweeping rooftops float above the home like sheets of paper suspended in mid-air. The design was, in fact, inspired by the drooping of a tent fly and the realisation of this vision deserves recognition. The stylish interior with its 200-degree views, meanwhile, is a clear departure from the home’s camping origins. Curved cedar tongue-and-groove ceilings feature throughout the two-level, three-bedroom home. They flow seamlessly from the interior to the exterior where they offer shade from the sun. Two guest bedrooms with ensures bookend the upstairs level with its casual living/study area sandwiched between. Diverging from the bulk of the cedar weatherboard home, the master bedroom wing is encased in local Gibbston schist. Glazing frames the picture-perfect outlook and off ers access to a private balcony where you can see the sun rise over The Remarkables.