House for a Surfer

This proposal for a new home on a spectacular but heavily constrained site, is conceived in two volumes, a stone monolith anchored to the site, providing protection and privacy, and a lighter floating corten clad form, allowing views and movement under its pilotis through the site to the beach access path.

Consideration for protecting the existing vegetation and meeting the required BAL 40 bush fire setbacks drove the design response, siting, and materiality.

Project Details

Architect: Taylor Reynolds Architects
Status: Unbuilt

Traditional Custodians: Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation

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