Designed by Studio 101, this residence was built for a young family who wanted a permanent beach house that was at the same time comfortable, modern, and sustainable. It is made out of three pavilions connected by a circulation spine, with each pavilion being covered in white cypress timber . You can find it in Point Lonsdale, Victoria, Australia.
The private areas (sleeping and bathing spaces) are housed inside the eastern pavilion, while the public areas (living/dining/kitchen) have a northern orientation. In terms of nature-friendliness, the residence boasts features like reused grey water for irrigation, low voc coatings, double glazed windows with Argon gas, rain water harvesting, and sustainably managed timber.