’80s Bungalow Converted into Family Beach House in Sydney

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This waterfront villa in Palm Beach, Sydney, Australia, was lately reworked from an ’80s bungalow into an inviting household retreat. Alexander & Co Architects aimed for higher circulation contained in the constructing, corridors with a view and entry to the water.

“The dwelling, pushed again from the water’s edge, offered challenges, because of this lack of bodily connection that was evident in neighboring properties,” the architects mentioned. “The core thought centered on neutralizing the outside in a manner that matches in with the panorama to keep away from detracting from the great thing about the encircling context.”

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Gentle and breezy, the interiors pay tribute to coastal design, whereas being extremely up to date. Wooden finishes and graphic artwork work make you’re feeling welcome when stepping inside this seaside home. The ground-to-ceiling home windows flood the rooms in pure gentle.

“The backyard was refined, designed with proportion in thoughts in order to realize a way of privateness in addition to maximize use of facilities for the shopper,” the architects added. “The massive-scale opening explored alternative for exterior residing and eating, an integral side to the shopper temporary addressing the necessity for entertaining areas, important for a house away from house.”

The brand new backyard house presents the a lot wanted indoor/outside connection the previous bungalow lacked. Take a look on the photographs and tell us what you suppose! Images by Felix Forest.

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