Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Dune House

Located in Thorpeness, England, the Dune House was created to portray a "floating house" along the seaside strip of houses on the coast. The living area and the terraces are set into the dunes in order to protect it from the strong winds, and opens equally in all directions to allow for wide views. Bedrooms and guest rooms are on the second floor. The corners on the ground level can be opened by sliding doors; this will emphasize the floating appearance of the top floor. Currently the Dune House is being used as a holiday house for rental. Architecture by JVA Architects.

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