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AD Round Up: Beach Houses Part IV

AD Round Up: Beach Houses Part IV

Amazing beach houses in Chile, The Netherlands, Australia, Mexico and USA. Check our 4th selection of previously featured beach houses after the break.

House in Huentelauquen / Izquierdo Lehmann This beach house is located on a rural setting in Huentelauquen, Chile, facing the sea from the border of a plain plateau exposed to the strong winds, 40m over the beach. The house was located along this border, sunken to disappear into the landscape, in which only 5 chimneys arise as sea lookouts (read more…)

Beach house / Inarchitecten Inarchitecten is an agency that taken the innermost space as the most important design criterion. From the inner work is, literally and figuratively, architecture that is original and unique. The exterior, certainly not least, here is a logical consequence of. Draft items we handle are; ambiguity , originality and daring (read more…)

Marcus Beach House / BARK Design Architects The Marcus Beach house celebrates a natural, coastal setting providing its occupants with an inextricable relationship to the landscape and sensitive surrounding environment. The dwelling explores lightness, filtering natural breezes, layers of transparency and integrating indoor / outdoor spaces within dynamic patterns of light and shadow, being a simple frame to enable a contemporary sustainable lifestyle to unfold (read more…)

Observatory House Architectural photographer Iwan Baan recently shot the Observatory House, designed by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco and built by architect Tatiana Bilbao in Roca Blanca, Mexico. The house is inspired on the Jantar Mantar Astronomical Observatory, built in Delhi in 1724 (read more…)

Otter Cove Residence / Sagan Piechota Architecture Private cliffside residence just south of Carmel, California with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. 10,000 sq ft curvilinear design composed of contrasting fields of glass, stone, steel and wood with interior and exterior landscaped ‘courtyards’ (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Beach Houses Part IV" 03 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/93633/ad-round-up-beach-houses-part-iv/> ISSN 0719-8884
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