Archive for the ‘Beach House’ Category
Sunday, November 1st, 2015
Article source: Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Located at Florida Beach Western Australia, this design emphasises and focuses on the immense Indian Ocean. All space is aligned and extruded through a strict dialogue of plan and section revealing the intensity and variety of this great ocean.
Image Courtesy © Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
Article source: Original Vision Limited
Sava Nam is a chic tropical beach home with a distinctive design and leading edge amenities.
The main feature is the first floor where the living and dining spaces fully open onto a generous pool deck and create a dramatic entertainment level that is naturally cooled by the almost constant monsoon breeze.
Image Courtesy © Original Vision Limited
- Architects: Original Vision Limited
- Project: Sava Nam
- Location: Phang Nga, Thailand
- Software used: Autocad and 3Ds Max
Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
Article source: Arch JS
The Beach house design addressed two major issues of local architecture. The first issue was one of providing a building that corresponds to the privacy of the family. The second was to intervene with the native architecture and extend it to fulfill today’s modern demands.
Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido
- Architects: Arch JS
- Project: Beach House( Unit A, Unit B)
- Location: Bnaider, Kuwait
- Photography: Nelson Garrido
- Area: 800m2
- Built year: 2013
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
Article source: Staff7
The project is a private beach house, located in the condominium Mast in Paracas, a 250 kms. the capital of Peru (Lima). It is in an area of 467.27m2 irregularly shaped front row with ocean view.
Our architecture is characterized by using geometric easy to recognize simple shapes that help create a clear picture of the house.
Image Courtesy © Staff7
- Architects: Staff7 (Chete Cortés)
- Project: Floating Platforms – Beach House
- Location: Paracas, Peru
- Software used: Archicad and 3d max + vray.
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Article source: Tripper Arquitetura
Beach house for a couple with kids in the middle of the woods just five minutes from the beach.
The idea is to use materials from the region (wood / stone) and steel structure to help the building process and to camuflate the construction in the landscape.
Image Courtesy © Tripper Arquitetura
- Architects: Tripper Arquitetura
- Project: House
- Location: Portobello, Mangaratiba, Brazil
- Software used: Sketchup 8 + vray for rendering, Autocad 2014 2D
- Area: 5.500 Sq. Meters
- Construction area: 517 Sq. Meters
Manager: Marcelo Moura
Architect: Fabio Barbosa
Intern: Gabriela Perez
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
Article source: ANDREW MAYNARD ARCHITECTS
More frequently holiday homes are becoming little more than transplanted suburban ugliness; the great Australian tradition of the ‘shack’ is in danger of being superseded by bloated mansions with four bathrooms and all the trappings of modern life.
Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts
- Architects: ANDREW MAYNARD ARCHITECTS
- Project: Anglesea beach house
- Location: Victoria Australian
- Photography: Peter Bennetts
- AMA Team: Andrew Maynard, Mark Austin, Matthew McClurg, Tommy Joo
- Date of construction completed: May 2009
- Cost at completion of construction: $450,000
- Gross Floor Area: $150
Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts
- Cost per square metre: $3,000
- External Cladding: Spotted Gum
- Louvres: Aluminium (black anodised finish) operable louvres by shadefactor.
- Windows: Steel framed foors and windows by Skyrange Engineering
- Stair: Treated pine stringers with treads constructed from Spotted gum.
- Infill to Balcony Balustrade: 40mm square nylon netting, custom made by Oxley Nets
- Metal Grating Walkways: webforge grating and expanded mesh by webforge
- Roof: Lysaght colourbond nightsky steel sheet roofong.
- Decking: Spotted Gum
Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
Article source: JUAN CARLOS DOBLADO
The house in La Jolla is placed on the beach of the same name off the coast of the Pacific. The land has a natural / artificial dichotomy, as is opposite a pond built large-scale fashion strip between the condo and the sea. Part of the land has a 1.80 meter embankment acts as a containment pond.
Image Courtesy © JUAN CARLOS DOBLADO
- Architects: JUAN CARLOS DOBLADO
- Project: LA JOLLA BEACH HOUSE
- Area: 300.00 m2
- Built area: 468.84 m2
- Year: 2014
Saturday, July 20th, 2013
Article source: Stephen Yablon Architect
In response to the MoMA PS1 Rockaway Call for Ideas, Stephen Yablon Architect’s “Yona on the Beach,” which was one of the selected entries, accepts the inherent and increasingly dynamic weather conditions of barrier islands. SYA’s idea is a new model for barrier island settlements; entire beach neighborhoods are raised high above the 100 year flood plain so that the barrier island below can naturally shift and change during storms with minimal impact to human habitation.
Image Courtesy © Stephen Yablon Architect
- Architects: Stephen Yablon Architect
- Project: “Yona on the Beach”
- Location: Rockaway, New York
- Team: Stephen Yablon, Pearl Kang, Rossitsa Kirilova, John Hsu, Dirk Pause
- Year: 2013
Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Article source: ANTONI ASSOCIATES
ANTONI ASSOCIATES’, the Interior Design and Décor division of the iconic architectural firm SAOTA, latest project combines elegance, luxury and sophistication in a beach front property located along one of the pristine white beaches of Cape Town.
Image Courtesy © Adam Letch
- Architects: ANTONI ASSOCIATES
- Project: Clifton Beach
- Location: Cape Town, South Africa
- Photography: Adam Letch
- Interior Architecture: ANTONI ASSOCIATES
- Project Team: Mark Rielly
- Interior Decor: ANTONI ASSOCIATES
- Project Team: Mark Rielly & Vanessa Cannon
- Completion Date: 2010
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Article source: Toni Girones
The secular action of Cadaqués population interpreting the natural space and setting out the stone terraces in a dry process for the planting of olive trees and grapes, it is a morphologic characteristic of “Cap de Creus”. The course of time and the scanty means, they thought a technique and trace the system ground rules that optimize the natural resources.
Image Courtesy © Aitor Estévez
- Architects: Toni Girones
- Project: “Ses Oliveres” Beach House
- Location: Cadaqués, Girona, Spain
- Photography: Aitor Estévez, Toni Gironès
- Architect In Charge: Toni Gironès Saderra
- Area: 394 sqm
- Year: 2012
- Collaborator: Maria Canel
- Technical Architect: Carles Quirch
- Structural Engineer: Estudi Xv S.C.P
- Services: Oriol Vidal Ingenieria S.L.P
- Promotor: Private
- Construction Engineer: Serinyana Gispert Valentin
- Budget: 424.753,00 €