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SheOak Beach House Design in Contemporary Architecture


Decorating a beach house is requiring good connection with outdoors that is an important consideration. Beach house has many exciting and fun designs that make any home a tropical paradise. Located in Kingscliff, New South Wales, Australia, this SheOak’s wonderful beach house has a very unique design with lots of glass walls. Those glass windows perfect for capturing natural light and get great outdoor view. The house is large and they are made from mix of steel, timber and concrete with durable materials. Wood is being use extensively as it is making the beach natural looks much more consistent.

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Wooden House Architecture on Hill that faces to the Sea


A wooden house architecture that has two floors and they are accessible from ground floor. This house is consist of kitchen, stam batch, gym area, and bedrooms. The site location of this wooden house architecture is at a hill that faces to the sea, located in San Paulo, Brazil. Wood use as floor and ceiling. There is a swimming pool with wooden deck for sunbathing on its surrounding. With trees surround the house, this home is looks natural. The architect of this wooden beach house is Bernardes Jacobsen Architecture, that you can find more info about this house in there. In this beautiful site, this house is perfect for living or for occasional family to relax as a beach pavilion.

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