Future home for some retirees are short in the beach house. The site is relatively steep, which allows direct entry from the street to the main living area with living room on the lower level. From the street the building appears in the lower scale, while still getting good height on the beach.
Projecting elements with the emerging upper floor of the house in combination allow the floating bridge over the vegetation Dunal the building give a feeling of mild about it.The main cantilever was 6 feet 2 with a very successful long steel beams under the floor that the length of the building ends at the outermost periphery of the boom extends reach.
All rooms are ventilated cross. Automatic window allows for easy control. Drain rainwater harvesting and natural lighting is used today to keep the amount of artificial light as low as possible.
Several decks with flexible large-area openings are used to capture or control the prevailing coastal winds. Internal bridge offers a quiet alternative to the strong winds outside. Drain rainwater harvesting and natural lighting is used today to keep the amount of artificial light as low as possible.
Introduced by Robinson Architect
This beachside contemporary house is designed by Robinson Architect based in Queensland Australia. This architecture firm is owned by Jolyon Robinson. This firm developed and designed contemporary architect throughout Australia. In this particular post, Jolyon has sent photo to contemporist for the Marcus beach house that they have designed. As you can see from the introduced photo earlier, it looks really cool and modern. Enjoy the rest of the photos exclusively seen on homelilys here.
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