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Beach House Architecture Celebrates the Australian Beach Shacks. Simplicity is the name of the game when it comes to modern beach house architecture. The clients’ request for “much more room” has lead to the redesign of this aging vacation home in Anglesea, VIC, Australia. Architectural firms responded with a collection of wooden boxes that surround the main beach house there. “Great Australian tradition of ‘shack’ is in danger of being replaced by houses with four bathrooms swell and all the trappings of modern life,” according to the architect behind the design idea, Andrew Maynard Architects. “. “With this project we wanted to celebrate the shack and have kept close to the original building’s footprint to avoid taking over the rugged coastal block.” Although it’s not exactly “bare bones,” this beach house architecture really focuses on the key necessities – comfortable spaces with easy outdoor access and of course, outdoor decks, balconies and living spaces from which to enjoy the tree-top views.

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