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Angular Beach Home That Blends In With The Dunes

Thu, Aug 20, 2015 | Beach house designs

This home, a half-sunk diamond, is experienced very differently from each of its sides. The house is seamlessly integrated into the landscape, at once blending in and sticking out. Solar panels are discretely tucked into the dunes next to the house, and passive building techniques maximize energy efficiency and improve insulation. Each room in the interior...Continue Reading...


Modern Beach House With Breathtaking Architecture

Wed, Apr 8, 2015 | Beach house designs

I’m a sucker for seaside homes as having such a space is so amazing and so dreamy! A seaside home in Vila do Conde brings in the beach and strikes with its architecture and design as the owners asked architect Ernesto Pereira to create a unique “work of art” under no budget constraints or deadline. White stucco clads sheltering walls, while silver...Continue Reading...


Copa Luxury Beach House For A Relaxing Vacation

Thu, May 16, 2013 | Beach house designs

It’s almost summer and beaches are a dream of everybody! This is Copa Luxury Beach house, it’s a place where you’ll forget all the problems and relax completely in style and comfort. The interior is modern with bright touches, window walls allow enjoying the amazing views, they let the light in. Light natural wood, wicker furniture, wooden beams on...Continue Reading...


Modern Scandinavian Beach House Decorated With Washed Wood

Sat, Feb 5, 2011 | Other

This modern Scandinavian beach house is a great example how cool decorating with washed wood is. Who knew that it can bring a modern mood and elegance to interior design… This Scandinavian-influenced home is built around 1980. There is wood everywhere in it – wood walls, wood floors, wood furniture and so on. Most of these things are done in...Continue Reading...


Beach House With Unexpected Views of Hillsides Instead of the Ocean

Fri, Apr 16, 2010 | Beach house designs

Designed by dRN Architects this beach house doesn’t have a direct view of the ocean, so it’s oriented towards a more unexpected landscape. The open horizon of the Pacific has been replaced by the view the near hillsides to the west, and to the protected space defined by a group of preexisting trees. This independent backyard, isolated from the...Continue Reading...


Relaxing Beach House Built in Impregnated Pine Wood

Thu, Apr 8, 2010 | Beach house designs

This house is an another great work by the great Chilean architect studio, dRN Architects (Nicolás del Río and Max Núñez). It’s located on the Tacna Hill, south of Maitencillo, a well known Chilean beach resort. The house occupied 122 square meters near to a forest and the Pacific Ocean. As any beach house should be this one is the great place to...Continue Reading...


Beach House That Consumes Less Energy Than It Provides

Cannon Beach Residence is designed by Nathan Good Architect with sustainability in mind. It is located on the Oregon beach and provides more energy that it consumes. That is possible because of 5kWh rooftop photovoltaic system and 12-inch-thick concrete walls. There are also solar-thermal tubes that provide hot water and a ground-source heat pump that warms...Continue Reading...


Natural Minimalism in Open Beach House Design – Laranjeiras House by Marcio Kogan

Marcio Kogan is Brazil’s designer who create beautiful modern house designs in minimalist and natural style. This house in Laranjeiras, neighborhood located in the Southern Zone of Rio de Janeiro, is one of his latest works which combines both styles in one beach house. Ultra wide openings and imperceptibly transition between indoors and outdoors what...Continue Reading...


Beach House Made of Wood and Surrounded by Desks

Sat, Apr 11, 2009 | Dream home designs

This beach house was inspired by well-known Bay Area architect William Wurster, who designed the earlier home that burned down on the site. It’s designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects to capture the spirit of the original house while meeting seismic codes and federal requirements for homes in high-risk coastal zones. The structure sits on...Continue Reading...

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