Modern Marcus Beach House in Australia

Do you want to see the real Marcus Beach House?You definitely have to! Its location is on the Sunshine coast of Queensland, Australia.It is a beachside house with everything you might think of, both inside and around it, starting from the automated windows which are very easy to control, to the side windows  and doors which give a plus to the entire atmosphere of the house, but also to the furniture pieces which seem to have their own story and to the those essential details which are always so important.

The general impression the house creates is one of  a natural environment, feeling which is also given by the green surrounding area; what is even more interesting is the fact that this natural aspect is perfectly integrated in the architectural background.

The  colour of the facade created by Robinson Architects is in perfect harmony with the natural environment; the balcony seems to be there in order to offer a new perspective over the landscape and to help people enjoy their time in a very pleasant manner: eat while enjoying the  fresh air,  sit comfortable with their family and their friends or just hang out without worrying about anything and anyone. The general concept is that of simplicity, elegance, modernity, aspects which characterize the entire environment making it very nice and cosy.{found on contemporist}

Published by in Architecture, on July 4th, 2011


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