Archive for the ‘Beach House’ Category
Sunday, March 4th, 2018
Article source: Schmidt Architects
For the owners, an academic couple with grown-up children, the house “should allow the following:
– Living room with fireplace and view.
– Interior dining room for 10 people, with a view.
-The kitchen with direct access to the dining room and close to the exterior.
-External eating area for 10 people protected from the wind with a little sun, view and bbq.
-View of the sunset, in a hot tub, looking at the sea with friends and a drink.
-To write looking at the sea in the master bedroom, with desk and fireplace.
-To be able to sleep while young people get together in the living room. ”
Image Courtesy © Aryeh Kornfeld
- Architects: Schmidt Architects
- Project: Beach House
- Location: Chile
- Photography: Aryeh Kornfeld
Thursday, June 8th, 2017
Article source: Herbst Architects
The site has 2 special features, a crescent shaped beach that it overlooks and a craggy mountain peak that overlooks it. The water view is south and the mountain view is north.
Image Courtesy © Patrick Reynolds
- Architects: Herbst Architects
- Project: Castle Rock Beach House
- Location: Auckland, New Zealand
- Photography: Patrick Reynolds
- Contractor: Lindesay Construction
Friday, June 2nd, 2017
Article source: DX Architects
The Blairgowrie Beach House on the Mornington Peninsula retained and altered the rear proportion of the existing building and expanded the dwelling forward on a steeply sloped site to accommodate additional living and sleeping areas. Manipulations of the building form were employed to address the access disconnect and setup a conceptual framework where we continued our practices interest in spatial division patterns. The new first floor incorporates a large cantilevered metal clad form which created a covered area for car parking, and was counteracted with concrete rendered vertical walls which pushed out to level out the land. Continuing formal manipulations, the metal clad form had volumes carved out to incorporate a balcony space, and a feature vertical window to illuminate at night and interact with the public realm when the house is being occupied.
Image Courtesy © Aaron Pocock
- Architects: DX Architects
- Project: Beach House
- Location: Victoria, Australia
- Photography: Aaron Pocock
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
Article source: Olson Kundig
Located close to a well-known surfing spot, Slaughterhouse Beach House expands the concept of a traditional surfing hut with three connected huts—general living quarters, guest suites, and a main sleeping area. The huts’ corrugated metal roofs take their inspiration from traditional Hawaiian roofs (as popularized by the architect C. W. Dickey), which help to naturally ventilate the islands’ indigenous structures. Studies of the site revealed virtually constant winds. Using the Dickey-style roof as a starting point, the design was turbocharged, deliberately shaping roof forms and openings to allow breezes to pull hot air out.
Image Courtesy © Benjamin Benschneider
- Architects: Olson Kundig
- Project: Slaughterhouse Beach House
- Location: Hawaii, USA
- Photography: Benjamin Benschneider
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
Article source: Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados
Built in a gated community on the southern coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro, this summer house, with its 950m2, had its architectural approach defined by the natural beauty of its surroundings: one of Brazil’s most gorgeous landscapes.
Image Courtesy © Demian Golovaty
- Architects: Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados
- Project: Beach House Paraty
- Location: Paraty, Brazil
- Photography: Demian Golovaty
- Architecture Company: Bernardes & Jacobsen
- Area: 950m²
- Project completion time: 2009
Friday, November 25th, 2016
Article source: Shaun Lockyer Architects
1770 is a bold, rustic beach house on a truly unique site on the edge of the Coral Sea. The east-facing house is conceived around a northerly courtyard (which sits in the lee of the wind) with transparent walls allowing panoramic views from all parts of the house. A rustic, raw material palette of stone, silvering timber and textured plaster speaks of the natural weathering that this place is all about.
Image Courtesy © SB Photo
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Article source: REFRESH*DESIGN
Located in a beachside setting, the architectural brief for this project was to design a contemporary, yet cost effective three-bedroom house, well connected to nature and featuring subtropical open-plan living in a temperate climate. The initial premise for the design was to ‘re-interpret’ the beach house by integrating traditional materials of corrugated metal, fibre cement sheeting and timber elements, onto a contemporary and dynamic shape.
Image Courtesy © Damien Bredberg Photography
- Architects: REFRESH*DESIGN (Erhard Rathmayr & Monika Obrist)
- Project: Northern Rivers Beach House
- Location: South Golden Beach, Northern NSW, Australia
- Photography: Damien Bredberg Photography
- Structural engineers: Incode Engineers
- Builder: Shinoharra Owner Builder
- Certifier: Byron Shire Council
- Timeline: 2014
Friday, July 1st, 2016
Article source: HERBSTARCHITECTS
The Pohutukawa is New Zealand’s national tree, it is known as the NZ Christmas tree as it flowers bright red is summer. Pohutukawas are protected under local authority regulations.
The site with which we were presented was extremely challenging in that it was 90% covered in mature pohutukawa trees, the site being a part of a continuous belt of forest that edges the road along the beach front.
Image Courtesy © HERBSTARCHITECTS
- Architects: HERBSTARCHITECTS
- Project: Under Pohutukawa Beach House
- Location: Pohutukawa Pl, Ellerslie, Auckland 1051, New Zealand
Wednesday, March 16th, 2016
Article source: Alexander Symes Architect
A low ecological impact family home by the beach that minimised operational and embodied energy, efficiently captured and re‐use water, encouraged bio‐diversity and is also be a healthy home for a family to enjoy.
Image Courtesy © Nicholas Watt
- Architects: Alexander Symes Architect (Alexander Symes Architect in association with G+V architecture)
- Project: Austinmer Beach House
- Location: Austinmer, Australia
- Photography: Nicholas Watt
- Project team: Alexander Symes, FurioValich, Marc Orberhauser, Alicia Pozniak, Julian Carrasco, Edwin Venegus
- Builder: Matt Jolley Builder
- Interiors: Maven Creative
- Services Engineer: MPI Consulting
- Structural Engineer: Detom Design
- Town Planning: Group GSA
- Completed: 2012
Thursday, November 12th, 2015
Article source: Arch. Affonso Risi
The main building, a two floor pentagon plan pavilion (258,80 m²/2 784 ft²), is almost entirely surrounded by the sea.The plan allows disposing 4 bedrooms upstairs opened as verandas to the sea landscape. The fifth vertex is an open space two stories high. The entire ground floor is also designed as a veranda with sliding glass doors.
Image Courtesy © Paulo Risi
- Architects: Arch. Affonso Risi
- Project: Beach house at Ponta do Pulso
- Location: Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil
- Photography: Paulo Risi
- Software used: AutoCad
- Collaborator: arch. Willian T.S.Miyagui
- Builder: eng. Lineu Botta de Assis