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You might be fed up with city life and a never-ending rush. Perhaps you were always dreaming of moving to one of the condos in Forest Beach or somewhere else at the oceanside. Whichever is your case, you might be planning on moving close to the beach.
Written by
Maria Brendel
Photography
Atelier Monolit
House in a Brazilian beach signed by Raiz Arquitetura uses concrete, glass and wood to create a cozy welcome home. The Jukro beach house, located in Jardim Acapulco (Guarujá), on the coast of São Paulo, was built on two floors and made with reinforced concrete.
Project name
Jukro beach house
Architecture firm
Raiz Arquitetura
Location
Avenida Albino dos Santos Gandares, 440, Jardim Acapulco, Guarujá, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Manuel Sá
Completed in 2019 by Melbourne-based architecture practice Mitsuori Architects, Portsea Beach House is a holiday home located in Portsea a seaside town in Metropolitan Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula.
Project name
Portsea Beach House
Architecture firm
Mitsuori Architects
Location
Portsea, Australia
Photography
Michael Kai Photography
Pseudónimo: This project is located by the sea, but its story begins with the search for the land, for freshness to the touch, for the feeling of being all connected, for the search for natural light and the way it would permeate the space.
Project name
Casa Punta Ixtapa
Architecture firm
Pseudónimo
Location
Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Mexico
Photography
Zaickz Studio
The Russian architect and designer Eduard Galkin has envisioned a series of conceptual houses with organic shapes that is inspired by surrounding nature.
Project name
Cave Pool Suite, Concept House 16, House in the Rock, Lake house, Tropical Villa
Architecture firm
Eduard Galkin
Location
Mediterranean Sea
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop