Austin Maynard Architects creates a circular beach house in Australian

Feb 13, 2019

Austin Maynard Architects has reportedly created a cylindrical St Andrews Beach House in Victoria, Australia. The modest building draws its references from the bachs of New Zealand, small beach houses or shacks typically constructed from affordable or recycled materials. The house is a two-story building and is surrounded by wild bush, dunes and scrubland that extend all the way to the foreshore. The property has timber portal frames, and chunky wood and exposed fixings contribute to an aesthetic look. The ground floor of the house contains a kitchen, living and dining area, as well as a bathroom and laundry. Into the the interior space a deck is carved, thus becoming an open-air terrace. On the upper level is the bathroom zone. The circular house features a palette of wood and metal.


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