Parkside Beach House by Cera Stribley Architects

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Location: Sorrento, Victoria, Australia
Area: 300 m2
Year: 2017



Architects: Cera Stribley Architects
Photography: © Emily Bartlett



Taking inspiration from the iconic Mornington bathing boxes, Parkside Beach House features concrete, timber and brick throughout the building. The property is ideal for multi-family use and balances open and spacious communal areas with the privacy of secluded retreats.

This holiday home is designed to accommodate multiple families and guests simultaneously, creating the need for both insulated, private spheres as well as functional and welcoming communal areas. With apartment-like spaces, private entry points and a kitchenette independent of the main living/kitchen area, Parkside fits this brief perfectly.

WIth the dramatic juxtaposition of the timber batten cladding and block work of the carport area, the exterior of the property is a playful take on the classic Mornington bathing box form. The open nature of the structure is enhanced by the expansive windows framing the main living space. Parkside is a contemporary take on the classic beach house, offering the luxuries of crisp detailing and curated interiors, as well as meeting the practical needs of functional and versatile spaces.

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Skinopi Lodge Villas by Kokkinou Kourkoulas Architects & Associates

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Location: Skinopi Lodge Villas, Milos, Greece
Area: 100 sq.m.
Year: 2016



Αrchitects: Maria Kokkinou – Andreas Kourkoulas
Associates: Marianna Lizardou, Artemis Halari, Yiorgos Iliadis
Landscape Architect: Helli Pagkalou
Structural Engineer: Helliniki Meletitiki S.A.
Electrical – Mechanical Engineer: Nicolaos Bartsakoulias
Lighting Consultant: L4A Petros Kaisaris

Photography: Erieta Attali, Ioanna Nikolareizi



A balcony on the sea, an observatory at the entrance of Milos Bay.

On a magic carpet, made out of pebbles, bushes and wildflowers, scattered stone elements project like ancient ruins in dialogue with the topography. Ruins that aspire to merge within a mesmerising landscape. This flying carpet is at the border between land and sea that accommodates a submerged fishing village. The architectural intervention tries to be as minimum as possible in order to respect the beauty and to allow for an appreciation of the space through the senses. The framed views are filled with boats in transit and the large openings allow for air flow filled with smells. The least is what is everything.

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Kokkinou Kourkoulas Architects & Associates

Δ: Chrysanthou Serron 7a
Lycabettous
Athens, 11471
Greece

Τ: +30 210 3612591

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Cozumel House by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 

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Location: Cozumel island, Mexico

Size: 1,325 sqm

Year: 2017



Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 

Project Leader: Andrés Cajiga

Interior design: Nadia Borrás

Photography: © Raphael Gamo



On the beautiful island of Cozumel in Quintana Roo, Mexico, this 1,325 sqm luxury residential project is located on a 5,200 sqm site with abundant local vegetation and 38 meters of beachfront, offering superb views of the Mexican Caribbean.

The project is based on the guiding concept of fully respecting the site and its existing vegetation, resulting in a design that reflects a clear unity between the contemporary language and natural surroundings.

The undulating topography of the terrain includes a significant natural depression at the center. The residence is sited over this hollow, allowing the vegetation to continue beneath the project and to integrate itself organically into the habitable spaces.

The architectural program is contained over two levels which connect by means of bridges and terraces to the exterior pool and beach areas. In volumetric terms, the project forms an L-shape with an interplay of solids and voids in its façades that depend on the interior functions to create interesting spatial relationships between inside and outside. In this way, each room is provided with cross ventilation and natural illumination.

The main access to the house is situated to the north-east, close to the site boundary, and distributes the circulation of social and private areas on the ground floor. On the same level, facing the beach, are the social areas of the dining room, kitchen, and a wet bar—providing a transition to the beach—while the first four rooms and their respective services are located in a volume that lies perpendicular to the line of the beach, with views onto the internal garden.

On the first floor are the master bedroom, two complementary bedrooms—all with terraces facing the sea—a family room contained by glass panels and an outdoor lounge with a reflecting pool that enhances the views over the internal garden.

The fewest possible materials were used, guided by their functionality and aesthetic qualities in terms of blending into their surroundings. These principally included the use of white cement mixed with the “dirty” water produced by the bark of the chukum tree to create a naturally waterproof finish for exterior and interior walls, together with a local limestone cladding for the external walls.

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MA is an internationally-recognized, Mexico City-based architecture firm. It has been in the business for almost a century. It operates with 100-plus design experts dedicated to the development of architectural, urban planning, interior design and masterplanning projects.

The studio is recognized for its profound commitment to excellence and strategic thinking, which results in fully-integrated architectural solutions that have contributed greatly to Mexico’s architectural fabric.

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Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

Corporativo Antara II Piso 3
Av. Ejército Nacional 843-B
(Acceso por Cervantes Saavedra)
Col. Granada
C.P. 11520 Ciudad de México

PH +52 (55) 5251 8104
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Fold House by Bossley Architects

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Location: Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Year: 2014



Awards

NZ Institute of Architects New Zealand Award 2016

NZ Institute of Architects Local Award 2015

NZ Institute of Architects Resene Colour Award 2015

Master Builders Auckland Region Gold Award 2014

Master Builders Outdoor Living Lifestyle Award 2014


Architects: Bossley Architects

Project Team: Pete Bossley, Peter Sisam

Photography: © Simon Devitt



This generous seaside house is the latest in a series of houses Bossleys have done based on the idea of “encampment”. The large footprint is divided into three separate buildings, creating an “open courtyard” which draws the space of the beach up the valley and into the overall composition of buildings.

The iconic elements of this project are the beautiful roofs, folded planes composed of triangular facets which float over the rooms below. The ceilings are light coloured poplar plywood, creating soft shifts of light and space hovering over the rooms below. The modulation of the roofs reflects the rolling hills of the landscape around the valley.

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Pete has an extensive reputation in architecture and interior design, with particular experience in galleries and museums, residential and retail. He was the joint principal responsible for design and documentation of the architecture of the national Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, whilst a Director at Jasmax, including interior design of all public and work spaces. He is involved as a concept designer in all projects in the practice, and his work has received numerous architectural awards.He has exhibited and lectured extensively on his work here and overseas, including Tokyo, Vancouver, Santiago, and Australia. He has also taught architectural design for over 25 years, and was Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Unitec Architecture and Landscape School.

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Auckland, New Zealand

PO Box 47748, Ponsonby, Auckland 1144

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Place to Day Dream by Tony Hobba Architects

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Location: Victoria, Australia
Year: 2013



Architects: Tony Hobba Architects
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Over looking Bass Straight, this large residential project sits quietly in the landscape, barely visible.

The landscape was the driver for the design, with a stand of iron bark trees defining the form, scale, views, vista’s and materialality.
Six years in the making, completed in late 2013, with the landscape evolution a life long project for the owners, experimenting and trialling native species. The house sits simply and successfully as a component of this landscape.

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17 Domain Road, VIC

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T. 03 52 646 908

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Ocean Residence by FMD Architects

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Location: Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
Year: 2015



Architects: FMD Architects
Project Team: Fiona Dunin, Katherine Peasley, Andrew Carija, Robert Kolak, Alex Peck,
Owen Castley
Photography © Fraser Marsden


The residence is a weekend beach house for a semi retired couple with a large family and extensive corporate guests. The house was designed to entertain large amounts of guests for parties and extended stays.

FMD architects inherited the concept deign prepared by Tony Hobba Architects and was engaged to develop the interior and architectural details for the project.

An interior landscape is created which merges into the surrounding external landscape. Materials and colours are drawn from the local environment and counterbalance the intense blue ocean hues. Natural timbers, local stone, textures tiles and muted stones are selected to mimic the surrounds. Selected paint and tile colours reflect the deep oranges and reds found in the local stone and local flora.

The interiors defer the striking landscape and subtly merge with it to create a seamless relationship between the interior built form and nature. The house is grand in scale, yet the spaces are relaxed yet sophisticated, modular and flexible. The balanced selection of imported and local furniture, lighting and materials celebrates the quality of local design within a global design environment.

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Fiona Dunin established FMD Architects in 2005 with a focus on design intensive projects of varying scales and types.

Fiona merges the two disciplines of interior design and architecture. Her experience is diverse, with a range of projects including residential, major retail and institutional projects over the last 20 years. The detailed nature of her work, coupled with her extensive research into materials and product development is reflected in the rich interiors and architecture produced. more


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Level 3, 358 Lonsdale St

Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

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Elwood House by Matyas Architects

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Location: Elwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2016



Architects: Matyas Architects

Furniture and Styling: Nina Provan

Builder: LBA Constructions

Windows: T H E R M E C O

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Matyas Architects (formerly John Matyas Architects) is a medium size architecture and interior design practice based in Middle Park, Melbourne.

The practice was established by John Matyas in 1989 , and maintains a team of over 10 architectural and interior staff with extensive project experience, capable of managing a diverse range of projects. more


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Matyas Architects

17A Armstrong Street
Middle Park Vic 3206 Australia

telephone  +61 3 9690 4662
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Sorrento Beach House by Matyas Architects

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Location: Sorrento, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2016



Architects: Matyas Architects

Builder: LBA Constructions

Windows: T H E R M E C O

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Matyas Architects (formerly John Matyas Architects) is a medium size architecture and interior design practice based in Middle Park, Melbourne.

The practice was established by John Matyas in 1989 , and maintains a team of over 10 architectural and interior staff with extensive project experience, capable of managing a diverse range of projects. more

 


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Matyas Architects

17A Armstrong Street
Middle Park Vic 3206 Australia

telephone  +61 3 9690 4662
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Hide and Seek House by Bower Architecture

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Location: Swan Island, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2016


Awards 2017

AIA Victorian Architecture Awards – Shortlisted – Houses (New)
Australian Interior Design Awards – Shortlisted – Residential Design
Houses Awards – Shortlisted – New House Over 200m2
Houses Awards – Shortlisted – Sustainability


 


Architects: Bower Architecture

Builder: Jardine Homes
Landscape Designer: Sensability Garden Design
Photography © Shannon McGrath


In a quiet street, this sensitive but tough new beach house creates an intriguing sanctuary, integrated with context and landscape. Driven by the local vernacular of gently gabled houses, a sensitive building form is nestled between its neighbours. Two entry experiences – the most apparent an informal outdoor shower which celebrates the ritual of the beach return while a more discreet side entry leads into a central courtyard at the heart of the house.

Defined living spaces avoid vast open planning and bridge between separate distinct bedroom areas. These living spaces are unveiled and re-experienced through glimpses and framed views from differing perspectives. Outlook within and beyond shifts through these spaces, which change in character over day and season. Investment in the structure and shell of the house, considered bones and materials results in a calm and surprising journey integrated with users, site and its surrounds.

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Bower Architecture & Interiors


“In every project we work 
to reveal intelligent and memorable spaces that inspire, challenge, engage and excite.”

Bower Architecture is a Melbourne architecture and interior design practice formed in 2005 by Architect Directors Chema Bould, Anna Dutton and Jade Vidal.

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Bower Architecture & Interiors
3D/26 Wellington St
Collingwood VIC 3066
Telephone +613 9417 7811
Email: info@bowerarchitecture.com.au