Base Architecture has a cool design that they can be proud of, and it’s called SheOak House. We featured one of their projects not so long ago called Stonehawke House. You may not remember it by name, but the following images will surely ring a bell, since their style is unique and refreshing. So here it is:
This house design is the end result of Base Architecture, and is located in Kingscliff – New South Wales – Australia. SheOak House is designed in informal, comfortable, casual and welcoming style. The 350 square meter house is done in mix of steel, timber and concrete.
This house is resistant to such weather conditions as wind, salt and sun. The double height entry with grass underfoot and natural landscape consists of a semi indoor/outdoor space constructed of clear weatherboard material. The area is designed for the wetsuit to be abandoned into the concealed laundry and for racking the surfboards.
The ground level has a quite simple open plan and opened up to a courtyard and a pool. Upstairs consists of simple bedroom and bathroom utilities that mix with the ground level and entry via a number of voids and openings. This house calls out openness and a casual sensation that typifies what a beach house is meant to be.