MODERN BEACH HOUSE
Style MODERN BEACH HOUSE
This home was designed to take full advantage of the relaxed coastal charm of Manyana. A relaxed floor plan that separates the 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms via a link passage from the living areas.
The home responds to the sites gradual slope by stepping down a half meter at the link. A 1300mm central hallway acts as a spine to efficiently connect all spaces. Three large decks, one at the front, one in the middle and one at the rear of the home provide easy connection between outside and inside.
The internal floor area not including the garage and workshop is 180m2. Delivered from Blacktown to Manyana in two folded modules for a cost of around $2,200 per module.
Using both Axon and Linea cladding creates a crisp and modern. Black coloured window frames and sun blades offer a good protection for openings and shadowing on the façade. Feature Silver top ash hardwood cladding has been used in selected areas to soften up the feel of the external living spaces.
Bathroom walls are fully tiled in matte white tiles with customer selected feature tiles on the floors to add personalisation and interest. Both of the bathrooms have skylights which provide light and the feeling of space.
The living area, bedrooms and hallway floors are covered in engineered Oak timber.
The kitchen, laundry and butlers pantry are completed in coastal colours and Caesarstone benchtops.
The large garage has been clad internally with plywood and has a large sliding timber screen that allows hold of the back wall to open up to the side passage and middle courtyard entry into the home.
- Gradually sloping site
- BAL 29
- Corrosive coastal environment
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathroom with garage
Photo credit: John Swainston
August 18, 2021