Home Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Wednesday, December 21st 2016, 10:45:45 AM.
A Premium Home in Australia. If your taste is about amazing home surrounded by amazing views, such home could be your best choice. We could name anything we want from a modern beach house and this house has them. First, the stunning views of the ocean and the wave’s sound are part of the house because of its open design and its proximity to the beach. This house even has a private small dock for boats. Or at least you could enjoy the ocean directly above it. The modern interior design of this house is stunning, the spacious spaces are done in neutral yet elegant scheme. The white color dominates the interior together with nice contrast of some darker elements like the tiles. Some walls and furniture are also dark. And, if in some cases you get bored with the ocean there’s a home theater inside where you could gather yourself with your friends to enjoy some new movies. This house is located at the banks of Redcliffe Peninsula in Brisbane, and if you like it you could contact Judy Goodger (judygoodger.com) for more information.
Having a fire-prone environment in the Toro Canyon area has encouraged the owner to build a house with minimal natural resources for the building materials and opted for fire-resistant materials. But aside from the materials, this house is designed as an umbrella that sheltered the house from the sun while allowing breezes to move through the house. The second goal seems to build a house which captures the magnificent views of the surroundings. The vast ocean views are then framed through the floor to ceiling glass windows. This design gives the impression of modernist and ample natural lights. Unlike any other houses, this house is blended with the nature in more unique way. The toned concrete is probably common but the steel wall is allowed to oxidize. This is a different yet unique approach to make the oxidized steel wall looks blend with its environment because of its unique oxidized color and texture. This house is designed by Olson Kundig Architects. (olsonkundigarchitects.com).
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