Queensland Open by Andrew McDonald | 13 May, 2016 Built by the beach in a leafy subtropical idyll, the simplest of bathing facilities make the most of the great outdoors. It’s rare that you can say that a landscape designer is so intimately involved in designing a home’s new bathing facilities – but here it’s clear that this bathroom’s subtropical surrounds are every bit as important an element as the tiles and the taps. In fact it’s the custom-designed outdoor shower that sees more action than the indoor facilities adjacent. Created as part of a low-maintenance beach house, a short walk from Little Cove Beach, next to Queensland’s Noosa National Park, the owners wanted a robust yet relaxed house that required minimal effort to maintain. Teeland Architects teeland.com.au Read the full story in Habitus’ Kitchen and Bathroom Special issue, out now. Tags: Home Architecture, House Architecture, Residential Architecture Related Posts Is Queensland’s Vernacular Architecture Evolving?