In layering natural textural materials for this beachside home, Fiona Lynch has created an environment of absolute calm.
With its distinctive skillion roof, the design of this beach house on NSW’s south coast is inspired by the mid-century vernacular of not only the original building but nearby homes as well.
An art collection is deeply personal. Built gradually over time, it lends insights into what the collector finds appealing and the tone of life they want to lead. What better place for Decus Interiors to begin conceptualising Coastal Home than with the client’s art?
Portsea Beach Shack, designed by Pleysier Perkins, is open, relaxed and robust for family and friends to casually gather, enjoying the beach vibes and good times.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.
Nothing beats a coastal view. Especially if you live inner city, a house with clear horizon and the expanse of the sea to look at is absolute bliss. Here are five homes lucky enough to inhabit the coast and the luxuries that come with it.
offSET Shed House in Gisborne, by Irving Smith Jack Architects, demonstrates New Zealand’s affinity with coastal living and how the tradition of the bach is still alive. Words by Tess Ritchie.
Venus Bay Bach, by MRTN Architects, “was never intended to be home away from home; it was to be a holiday house, basic in form and basic in function” – that is, a bach. Words by Tess Ritchie.
When the abstracted interior space becomes better than the reality of the beach out front… Wynn A. Bay spent the day at Hilton Pattaya’s Drift Lounge and shares the experience.