Awning-style windows in the kitchen open it up to the entry deck, making meal set-up easy.
The roof and floor plate form parallel planes that frame the views in the living and dining areas.
After the clients’ first holiday home was lost in a fire, this new house was built to endure.
The east-facing deck provides an outdoor gathering place safe from north-western winds.
While the house “floats” on the land’s edge, the solid materials lend a grounded feeling.
The entry hallway extends westward through the house, expiring at the fire pit.
A minimalist bathing space on the house’s west end allows its users to soak in the views.
The site enjoys expansive views of water, land and sky yet is vulnerable to fire, wind and sun.
The dining room offers a protective space to watch light play across the bay and landscape.
The long concrete roof acts as a beach hat, providing protection from the elements.
Here you can really see the tilt-up concrete panels that Kurath designed for the space. Each was made to be small enough to go up with a forklift.
2 story door!
Image 10 of 38 from gallery of Belimbing Avenu / hyla architects. Photograph by Derek Swalwell
Mell Lawrence Architects Austin TX Love the contrast in finishes.
Casa Oak Pass / Walker Workshop. Love the single story and elevation
Valnøddetræ, kalksten og marmor. Alle de lækreste og mest moderne materialer er anvendt i denne drømmevilla i Beverly Hills' bakker.
Great detail from the formwork to stair wall. Kfar Shmaryahu House by Pitsou Kedem Architects