Contemporary Holiday House by Hofman and Brown Architects

If you want to get away from your routine and just go away for a couple days we can show you a great place. The Esuoh House in Yallingup, Western Australia is a wonderful place where family and friends can getaway for a weekend or week to relax and spoil yourselves.

Designed by Hofman and Brown Architects this beautiful retreat was created to reinvent the holiday house. As an architecture award winner, this house is set within bushland and creates a private connection with the outdoors. The materials used where polished concrete, aluminum , glass, stone and waxed dado plaster, which give it flavor and have an easy maintenance.

The house can accommodate ten people at a time, in the three queen bedrooms, two of which have en suites and a fourth one with single beds, perfect for children. Moreover it has a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a modern living space. In terms of entertainment, you can enjoy a movie on the big screen in the outdoor cinema, take a dip in the plunge pool, relax on a day bed or lounge and go biking through the National Park.

The Esuoh House is a contemporary holiday house where you can have a great time with family and friends. It is a stunning place due to its sophisticated decor, modern art and striking architecture. As for the price, you can rent for $550-$825 per night.

Published by in Architecture, on May 30th, 2011


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