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Modern Beach House for Spending a Weekend

November 21, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Beach House Design, Modern House Design

This is modern beach house that could be booked for spending a weekend there. Situated only 250 meters from a beach, this house completed with indoor and outdoor entertaining area. The house has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. A bar, a toilet and a lounge area with LCD TV is on deck. There are three levels with open terraces and large floor-to-ceiling windows so the house features uninterrupted ocean views almost from every its part. For book it click here. Via


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Hat Island Residence, Beach House Design in Hat Island

November 20, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Beach House Design

Hat island residence is located in Hat Island which is near Seattle, Washington, this beach house was designed by Bjarko | Serra Architects.

From architects : ” This vacation retreat, located on an extraordinary beachfront setting, was designed as two separate buildings—one for living and eating, and the other for sleeping. The separate bedroom wing provides extra privacy, so late-night entertaining does not disturb sleeping children or weary parents, as the case may be. Extensive water views, generous decks, and the sheltering orientation of the two buildings contribute to a fluid relationship between living areas and the surrounding seascape. ”


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Sorento House, Beach House Design by Marcus O’Reilly Architects

November 18, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Beach House Design

Designed by Marcus O’Reilly Architects, this beach house has many typical local features. It has sandstone base walling, weatherboard construction, is up on stilts, has a skill-ion roof form, ti tree stakes, stainless steel wire balustrade, and a ‘hole punched’ galvanized steel – sided timber stair all combining to give an informal air to this new take on an old theme.

Sorento House, Beach House Design
Sorento House, Beach House Design by Marcus O’Reilly Architects
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Baggy House, Modern Private Home in Croyde Bay, Devon by Hudson Architects

November 05, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Beach House Design

Baggy House, Modern Private Home

Situated on one of the most unspoilt stretches of Britain’s coastline, the design lifts elements of the local vernacular and takes on the spirit of the contrast between the soft Devonian landscape and the harshness of its rocky cliffs. The house had become one of the best known and loved modern private homes in the UK. Designed by Hudson Architects.

Kitchen view, Baggy House, Modern Private Home
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Island House, Private Summer House in Archipelago of Stockholm by WRB Architects

November 02, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Beach House Design

Island House, Private Summer House

This is private summer house was designed by WRB Architects, the site is a waterfront property located on an island in the Archipelago of Stockholm. The house sits slightly back and elevated from the waterfront, half hidden behind the knotty pine trees. Facing the ocean is a large area for socializing. A floor, a roof and a freely standing core for utilities make up this part of the building. It has an indoor part and an outdoor part, separated only by a sliding glass wall. The sleeping room, storage, and bathroom are gathered in a more closed structure behind the core. They face a secluded courtyard framed by rock formations and the old oak tree.

Island House, Private Summer House
Island House, Private Summer House in Archipelago of Stockholm by WRB Architects
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