Modern Beach House Designed with Origami Influence by BKK Architects

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Origami house might not be the best way this home although the house itself very much influenced by the Japanese paper art. The Beach House is designed by BKK Architects, Australia, with interesting unique volume. The house seem to be playing not on the width but it goes along the beach. We love how this beach home fully optimized the advantage of the beach by making all rooms and spaces inside the house possible to face the ocean. The unique form of the house allowing anyone to simply hid inside when the climate getting too rough, but you can still enjoy the vista from inside.

This beach home is made along the coast in Victoria, Australia, where it’s the right place to have some fun. The beach house design was only occupying 349 m2 and it was finished in 2010. The use of wood is certainly exquisite, but we really don’t like the corridor as it leaves so much space just for a path to walk, meanwhile it should have been able to function not just as a path to walk. By it’s a good retreat home design if you really love spending by the ocean and catch some breeze as well as the crushing sound of the waves hitting the rock

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