Entries in outdoor spaces (256)
Just off the coast from Brisbane is beautiful sand island, Stradbroke Island, a holiday destination for most and home for a lucky few. Beach shacks were common, cobbled together from whatever could be found locally or easily transported by barge to the island. This is changing as modern developments gobble up the old beach homes so it is refreshing to see existing shacks maintained and thoughtfully extended. This Point Lookout shack was originally built by artist David Nutter in conjunction with his architect father Danny Nutter. Brisbane based architects Marc & Co were given the task of improving the flow between the series of shacks and sheds that make up the house, adding decks and outdoor showers while improving the connection to the landscape. A simple way of living, a satisfying way of holidaying.
Walker Workshop is a Los Angeles based design-build firm founded by Noah Walker in 2010 with the intent of creating well-crafted modern structures. Our aesthetic is warmly minimal with careful consideration of light, space, and the unique characteristics of each location. The following snippets from 3 of their builds are simply stunning. This first home is an absolute work of art. All those windows!!!! *GASP*
Not quite indoors. Not quite outdoors. Something in between. A transition, a connection. By opening and closing shutters and sliding walls/doors the owners of this house extension can choose what and where the room is. Award winning small project design by Fremantle, Western Australia based Philip Stejskal Architecture.