Today we present you an amazing and incomparable Beach house. The design is part of its appeal and is attributed to the award-winning architect Peter Stuchbury, who completed and finalized the project in the 2001 year. We can see its bold, innovative and beautiful facade that perfectly complements the nature of the place. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms whose views are highlighted by the wonderful beaches of North Sydney, Australia.
The lifting roof creates dynamic and functional interior spaces, it is manufactured in Cradle of wood that is why the edges are free and simple, which helps to create an atmosphere of serenity typical of beach houses of the past. The triangular space of the facade It corresponds to generate a different form of the house and in this crossing the entrance is defined. The two wooden wedges extend in opposite directions, one towards the ocean and the other towards the sky. In addition, the decrease in horizontal windows provides views of the beach.
As the house is located on a steep hill overlooking the ocean and the rocky coastline of the beaches of North Sydney, a balcony was designed to make the most of the view towards the sea to enjoy the sunrise and sunset.
Lighting is an important part of this Beach house. For the same reason and to take advantage of natural light large windows were installed.
In the underground we will find the garage, which has storage capacity for two vehicles. Finishing, the house has two floors in which were placed exterior stairs due to the unevenness of the natural scenery. The delicate garden is the work of the landscape painter Phoebe Pape.
It has pop-out style kitchen and with glass walls that frame the views of the sea and the garden. In the hallway that separates the rooms, a guest area and bathroom. And of course one of the most remarkable things is that we can glimpse the ocean from most points of this house.