A sustainable building house on an Australian beach

A sustainable building house on an Australian beach

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Derek Swalwell

Saint Andrews Beach House is a holiday home located in Victoria, Australia, with a Circular structure distributed over two floors. Its modest (but striking) design, responds to the search of the owner of this magical enclave, to build a home in harmony with the natural and isolated environment in which it is, through three basic concepts: Sustainability, functionality and simplicity.

The ground floor has an area of ​​78 m2, and the first floor has 61 m2. Derek Swalwell

The Austin Maynard Architects team of architects, led by Andrew Maynard, Mark Austin, Ray Dinh, was responsible for making the project a reality.

Related content Decorative ideas for a house on the beach Derek Swalwell The house was built in a circular way and without corridors, to take advantage of all the space and enjoy 360º views. Derek Swalwell Related Content Safe and sustainable enclosures and windows The ground floor is divided into kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom and laundry area. Derek Swalwell The central axis of the house is this metallic spiral staircase. From there you access the upper floor, while, in turn, it offers a halo of natural light. Derek Swalwell All the windows of the house are double glazed. Derek Swalwell

Regarding the energy system, the house has solar panels and a tank that collects rainwater and reuses it in the bathrooms and in the garden.

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All rooms were decorated following the same color range.

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On the upper floor, the spaces are subtly divided by green curtains, matching the tone of the staircase.

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