Archive for the ‘Beach House Design’ Category

This beautiful beach house in Malibu was first discovered by Carley Knobloch and her small family, overlooking a peaceful gorge and only a two minute drive to the beach. Now, it’s a fun weekend retreat, like the vacation home they always get on every weekend. The days are busy making the family had little time to travel, so this is the perfect place to rest, refreshing, slow down, and into each other. Malibu is only about an hour from this beach house, but it really feels close to home. In addition, this house also has cooler temperatures, cleaner air, and  [ Read More ]

This is a spectacular beach house that takes advantage of the natural environment around the site and can be used throughout the year. Designed by Herbs Architects who have managed to set up a site at the base of a steep mountain slope behind a beach that is completely covered by tall adult Pohutukawa trees, perhaps this retreat was named Kawakawa House Piha. Although it was difficult to pass, the site was equipped with access through the road, while the two-story house in front of the site covers the lower sea view. The house is like hanging in the trees  [ Read More ]

As the name implies this extraordinary holiday home is in Fish Creek, Australia. Designed by Archiblox which places a small vacation home among towering trees and as a traditional escape to the beach. Blessed with stunning natural landscapes, where the land meets the sea. This house is the perfect combination of landscape and structure like a modern warehouse. This is a typical Australian holiday home, made of wood with natural materials and colors both inside and outside. This house is the perfect blend of warmth and refreshing elements of the sea. Fish Creek House really cares about sustainability and life  [ Read More ]

The new house with an open concept is on the edge of a dense beach but still requires privacy management and smart views. Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield architects, Coogee House II is built for young families, must be strong, habitable and filled with light but with layers of space that provide flexibility, separation and privacy. The house has an internal courtyard, a perforated screen that can be operated, high space and muted material used to create a sense of openness and lightness on sites that are long, narrow, steep and very neglected. Adhering to a short design but able to  [ Read More ]

This cool family home is located on Victorian surfing beach in Torquay, Australia. If most families build their homes in a minimalist or contemporary style, then this family is different from choosing concrete and wood as the main ingredient. Its strategic location allows them to close to the beach, in addition to enjoying surfing in one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This house is designed by Auhaus Architecture, a 4 bedroom family house designed as a proper walled protection and allows stunning views to wetlands and golf courses. The material pallet is very rich and structured, while  [ Read More ]