Suburban Beach House by David Barr + Ross Brewin
by Ted Savage / May 27, 2013
Imagining the surbuban home as beach shack with benefits, Suburban Beach House by David Barr + Ross Brewin, in coastal Perth, Australia, architecturally combines the origins of the client couple and challenges the convention of the large brick house typical of the area's emerging development.


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The home, raised in the Queenslander style, has no front door, fence or garage, with carpark located in the space underneath, and reflects the casual weatherboard design of a west-Australian beach cabin. To maximize the view over surrounding rooftops, overall volume is kept to a minimum to offset the cost of raising the structure, which in turn lowers the energy consumption footprint. Via ArchDaily. Photos by Robert Frith.

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