14 Of The Best Contemporary Beach Houses And Seaside Holiday Homes

0
1748

Seashore homes have prolonged been related with classic clap-board architecture. But as growing numbers of city-dwellers opt to vacation at home rather than travel abroad, architects have been tasked with reinventing the vernacular. These are 14 of the best examples from the pages of Dezeen.


Home of the Infinite by Alberto Campo Baeza

House of the Infinite by Alberto Campo BaezaRoof see of Home of the Infinite by Alberto Campo Baeza, photograph by Javier Callejas

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza approached the layout for VT Property – also recognized as Residence of the Infinite – as a landscape architecture task, hiding the two storey construction beneath a flat roof that stretches out from the side of a dune in direction of the shoreline of a beach in Cádiz, Spain. Read far more about this task »


Pobble Home Dungeness by Guy Hollaway

Pobble House Dungeness by Guy HollawayThe rusty end of Pobble House Dungeness by Guy Hollaway, photograph by Charles Hosea

This house by British architect Man Holloway is clad in rusty steel mesh, silvery larch and grey cement fibreboard and is one of 3 houses we’ve published that is set on the shingle seaside at Dungeness in Kent, south-east England – Britain’s only official desert. Read more about this venture »


Casa eleven Mujeres by Mathias Klotz

Casa 11 Mujeres by Mathias KlotzCantilevered balcony at Casa eleven Mujeres by Mathias Klotz, photograph by Cristobal Palma

Perched on best of a cliff near Santiago in Chile, this three-storey holiday house by Mathias Klotz was created to accommodate a family with 11 daughters, and involves a cantilevered balcony and a multi-degree staircase that prospects down the 45-degree slope to the seashore under. Read much more about this undertaking »


Black Rubber Beach House by Simon Conder Associates

Black Rubber Beach House by Simon Conder AssociatesStreet see of Black Rubber Seashore Property by Simon Conder Associates, photograph by Chris Gascoigne

This Dungeness house is one of two by architect Simon Conder. Initially a 1930s fisherman’s hut, the developing had been subjected to a many alterations so Conder stripped it back to its unique timber frame, replaced all of the walls, and clad all the surfaces in spruce plywood ahead of covering it in black rubber. Read far more about this task »


Mirage Home by Kois Related Architects

Mirage House by Kois Associated ArchitectsRender of infinity pool at Mirage Residence by Kois Connected Architects

Featuring a magnificent swimming-pool roof, the Mirage Residence was conceived by Athens studio Kois Related Architects as a cavernous house developed into the rocky terrain of a site on the Greek island of Tinos. The task has nevertheless to be constructed, but the designers hope it will give an “invisible oasis”. Read far more about this project »


Vault Home by Johnston Marklee

Vault House by Johnston MarkleeBeach view of Vault Property by Johnston Marklee, photograph by Eric Staudenmaier

Surrounded by typical California beach homes, the Vault Residence was made by Johnston Marklee as a twist on the boxy “shotgun homes” that have been common in southern USA till the 1920s, with arches punched into the sides and by means of the interior of its otherwise simple kind. Read more about this task »


Torquay House by Wolveridge Architects

Torquay House by Wolveridge ArchitectsFront view of Torquay Property by Wolveridge Architects, photograph by Derek Swalwell

Timber louvres conceal all of the windows on the facade of this beach residence by Wolveridge Architects in Victoria, Australia, to support shield residents from the excessive neighborhood climate conditions – which includes strong winds and scorching sun. Read a lot more about this venture »


Casa Rambla by LAND Arquitectos

Casa Rambla by LAND ArquitectosSee from interior of Casa Rambla by LAND Arquitectos, photograph by Sergio Pirrone

The overhanging roof of this idyllic seaside home in Chile by LAND Arquitectos is supported by columns arranged in 11 V formations, leaving the glazed walls totally free to give panoramic views and supplying shelter for outdoor spaces including a barbecue location and an ocean-dealing with veranda. Read more about this venture »


Shingle Residence by NORD Architecture

Shingle House by NORD ArchitectureThe black-clad Shingle House by NORD Architecture

The Shingle House by NORD in Dungeness is clad in tarred-black shingles, while the within is covered with white wooden panels. It was the second completed building for Alain de Botton’s Living Architecture project, which aims to overhaul the stereotype of the British holiday home with exemplary modern day architecture. Read far more about this project »

Living Architecture has because added the House for Essex by Excess fat and Grayson Perry, David Kohn’s boat-shaped guesthouse on prime of the Southbank Centre and another seaside home by Norwegian Architects Jarmund/Vigsnæs to its roster. Study a lot more about Living Architecture »


Seaside Property by A2 Architects

Seaside House by A2 ArchitectsSee through Seaside Home by A2 Architects, photograph by Marie-Louise Halpenny

A glazed corridor connects the two wood-clad halves of this home by A2 Architects made to exchange an outdated chalet on the coast of Ireland. One particular side is made up of a huge residing and dining space, although everything else is squeezed into the other half. Read far more about this task »


La Maison au Bord de l’Eau by Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand La Maison au bord de leau Louis Vuitton at Design Miami 2013_dezeen_19sqLa Maison au Bord de l’Eau by Charlotte Perriand at Layout Miami 2013

Not strictly a modern layout, La Maison au Bord de l’Eau was originally conceived by Modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 – but it wasn’t constructed right up until 2013. French style home Louis Vuitton constructed and furnished the creating employing Perriand’s sketches and drawings. It popped up again this yr at a Vuitton exhibition for the duration of Milan design week. Read more about this project »


El Ray at Dungeness Beach by Simon Conder Associates

El Ray at Dungeness Beach by Simon Conder AssociatesEl Ray at Dungeness Seashore by Simon Conder Associates, photograph by Paul Smoothy

One more Dungeness home by Simon Conder, El Ray is a timber-clad property developed around a 19th-century railway carriage, doubling the accommodation location for the loved ones who very own it. Read far more about this project »


Casa Klotz in Tongoy by Mathias Klotz

Casa Klotz in Tongoy, Chile by Mathias KlotzBeachside see of Casa Klotz in Tongoy by Mathias Klotz, photograph by Roland Halbe

Casa Klotz was Chilean architect Mathias Klotz’s very first key project. Designed for his mom in 1991, the rural timber-clad seaside property sits on a site in Tongoy, north of Santiago, with a huge gridded glass wall and two balconies overlooking the beach. Read more about this project »


Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan ArchitectsHut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects has a large folding shutter, photograph by Jackie Meiring

Owning a house by the sea can be a risky company – notably when the water begins to erode the land it stands on. This residence on the northern coast of New Zealand by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects is built on sleds so it can be towed off the seashore and out of harm’s way, and also attributes a massive folding shutter to shield it really is double-height glass facade. Read a lot more about this undertaking »

Dezeen

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here