The triangular form of this coastal home emerges from nature, while timber and brick ground it to the site.
Located on a remote island off North Queensland, this simple one-bedroom beach house withstands the elements while being the perfect getaway pad.
Daniel Boddam Studio’s Villa Carlo is a masterful interplay of texture, shadow and restraint.
Corke Design Studio’s beachy getaway brings a distinctly Japanese aesthetic to The Great Ocean Road.
Down a sandy road on the Mornington Peninsula, Ola Studio's Franklin is a batten-clad beachside home that exudes tranquillity.
Layers of textural, desaturated and durable materials reference a coastal town's relaxed atmosphere.
Quinessentially light, bright and airy, coastal houses are amongst the most antipodean of residential typologies our regional vernacular has to offer.
With a big impact yet relatively small footprint, Benn+Penna hope this costal house on Sydney’s North Shore can act as a blueprint for appropriate design on Australia’s coastline.
The understated form and plan of the Kawau Island Bach by Crosson Architects belies the clients’ detailed brief.