beach house plans
This architect designed beach house plans are perfect for a beachfront block for ocean views and outdoor alfresco entertaining. The layout of the beach house plans demonstrate passive house design principles to deliver a slightly elevated ground floor living platform and cantilevered alfresco area to allow occupants to peer over the native coastal dunes to embrace the big ocean sky.
The beach house plans provide 280 sqm of open-plan single storey design so you can harness views and northern aspect from the comfort of your open plan kitchen/living and dining. Wherever you are in Australia, the beach house plans will connect owners to the unique ocean vistas and coastal landscape with the added benefit of incorporating passive house design principles for thermal comfort.
As a registered architect in Western Australia and Texas, Stuart can deliver an architect designed sustainable home that enriches your daily life and will be a delight to inhabit. We’re enthusiastic about working with passionate architectural patrons who desire spatially distinct buildings and seek architectural excellence. The practice seeks to deliver designs that are functional, memorable and cost effective so if you wish to elevate your experience of space, enquire today.
The beach house plans incorporate 300mm thick rammed limestone flat arch walls which frame the polished concrete floors to create a relaxed beachside feeling with a clear stain finish plywood raking overhead ceilings. The Woodform Architectural Sorrento Burnt Ash cladding wraps and extend into the master bedroom to bring the raw natural surroundings inside. The beach house plans include a Chazelle Chimneys double-sided and dual opening firebox to the corner of the living area and the built in barbeque to the outdoor alfresco balcony which are framed by the textural delight of glass face render. The dual pitch skillion roof with plywood stained ceilings and eaves invite sunlight into open-plan living areas during winter in accord with passive house design principles to create a sophisticated aesthetic. The high raking ceilings and window head frames of these beach house plans reflect passive house design principles to allow the family to bathe in a warm, diffused light while the door head height sun awning protects the living areas from the harsh afternoon summer sun. These beach house plans create a point of difference with porcelain panel bench tops of the architect designed kitchen which are framed by a bench height slot window which doubles as the kitchen splashback.
The beach house plans epitomises Australian indoor outdoor living and quintessential beach lifestyle on the coastal dune fringe utilising passive house design principles.
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“We commissioned Threadgold Architecture for the refurbishment of our house in Dalkeith for both design and contract administration services. We were delighted with the design which Stuart tendered to a select group of local builders. We were also grateful for Stuart’s contractual understanding and attention to detail which kept the builder focussed on the desired outcomes throughout the building process. We are very happy with the renovations and the enjoyment we now get from our transformed living areas.”
“I was very impressed with the ideas that Stuart incorporated into the design for our family home in Perth. Stuart designed a free-flowing open plan living space that perfectly suits our family of four. Stuart listened to our ideas and delivered the brief within the budget constraints. My wife and I would be happy to recommend Threadgold Architecture as a business that still promotes the old values of honesty and integrity.”