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Amazing Australian Beachfront House. Australia led by Marcus O’Reilly architect behind one of the modern home of the most unusual coast of Australia here in Sorrento, on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria Australia. With an innovative blend of materials, this beach house facade is an eclectic and casual, featuring “low-maintenance material palette that is not only meant to stand for the test sand boogie boards, wet towels and the teens but also increases with age,” according to the architects. In accordance with local tradition, the old, wooden houses covered with local materials such as stone facing features and natural tea tree shutters and awnings, modern but with a striking wood staircase with custom galvanized steel ledge, boasting a cool edge of the industry. A large open entertaining area features a radial polycarbonate and wood tents, and offers views of the surrounding dunes and eucalyptus trees. Determined by the terrain, the road climbs up the hill house hill in a series of staggered volume – the volume of ground level in front of the stone, followed by lighter and the volume of steel glass house. Leads to a deck outside the home, the luxurious interior of the sun soaked by all accounts. Minimalist style and relaxed, and invites you to sit back and enjoy the scenery. “Sustainability issues to the fore, especially with passive solar performance. Orientation, size, volume of the building, insulating and heavily modeled to assess how much additional weight would be needed to supplement the south wall to get the required thermal mass calculations. Repaid and given air conditioning not necessary though clearly, the difficulties involved in getting the optimal thermal performance for the stage and structure in mild Passive ventilation in temperate regions and 10,000 liters of rainwater tank complete the package. ”

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