Wolveridge Architects completed the design for the Torquay House, a modern residential project, which is located in a küstlichen area in Victoria, Australia. The order of residence based on the following requirement: “in küstlichen conditions must building be robust and protective facilities will be created, both inside and outside, to provide protection and comfort to the inhabitants of the House. Whether the occupants are full-time visitors or weekend visitors, the Beach House should be a place to which they always rejoice.”
The property consists of a series of interconnected and robust manufactured containers. From a distance they seem disconnected, but the connection between the three volume is achieved by relatively thin inner passages. The room opens through a backyard with a swimming pool. You’re in there, completely changes the perspective and a cosy atmosphere takes over the rigid feel, inspired by the exterior. Would you feel at home in a massive residential project like this? A robust küstliches estate in Australia will be worth for one or the other a consideration.