Experience the magnificent transformation of the Warton Residence, a three-story house in Perth, Australia. Carefully curated by Cast Studio in 2022, this contemporary house retains the charm of its 1960s roots.
Set in the serene vicinity of South Cottesloe beach, the home, once a beige brick ‘renovator’s delight’, has been reinvented into a coastal gem, thoughtfully blending privacy and the luxury of natural light.
Perched on the Northern Peruvian Sea in Zorritos, Peru, Casamar Housing Complex is a beachfront real estate designed by Cuatro Cero Cuatro Arquitectura in 2022. This beach retreat was the dream of five friends who wanted a place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, so they divided a parcel of land into five homogenous units, all 8 meters by 100 meters. The complex, known as Casa M1, is designed with complete privacy between each unit and utilizes thermodynamics to combat the equatorial climate. Natural light streams through overhead lights, while balconies draw cool air from the wide southwest void, making it an inviting and pleasant place to stay.
Introducing Chalet_A, an exquisitely renovated 3-seasons beach house located in Estrie, Canada near Montréal. Originally an A-frame cottage built in the 1950s, Matière Première Architecture and its construction company, Nu Drom, were tasked with bringing this historic structure into the 21st century.
Described as a cozy, intimate experience, the design embraces lighter tones of white and sage, along with casual furnishings, to create a relaxed atmosphere. Local, sustainable materials were used to promote controlled aging of the cabin, while an ecological approach was taken to protect the natural landscape.
Step into the modern beach house Cadboro Bay House located in Victoria, Australia, and be enchanted by the minimalistic design of this contemporary home. Designed by Falken Reynolds Interiors in 2021, this stunning beach house features an array of local and Canadian craftspeople, creating a unique atmosphere with its driftwood-inspired wood tones, concrete floors, marble and quartz surfaces, and decorative lighting from Vancouver manufacturers Bocci & And Light, and Edmonton based Tomnuk.
Every window maximizes the stunning views of the bay, while the board formed concrete stair guard, sloping angle, and glass guard on the top create a textured background with a patinaed steel handrail. Furthermore, light oak millwork, light hemlock ceilings, and red cedar siding all contribute to a calming effect. Cadboro Bay House is a one-of-a-kind beach house, perfect for an active lifestyle and a gallery for an extensive collection of modernist Canadian art.