Bright Australian Retreat Featuring Beautiful Textured Materials
The Esuoh House was designed as the ideal retreat from the jumbled urban condition. One can sunbathe and appreciate lemonades on the sun bed or watch a motion picture under the stars, much the same as at the drive-in motion pictures. Hofman and Brown Architects were the ones that designed the Esuoh House situated in Yallingup, Western Australia. The Australian climate is ideal for this 2.009 square meters private development and the bright sun complements a beautiful gathering of textured building materials: dark settled smashed limestone dividers, waxed dado mortar, cleaned solid, aluminum, glass and stone. The designers say that: “The point was to appreciate the association with the neighboring shrub scene while likewise making a more private “inner” association with the outdoors, with a secured north-east “outdoor room” consolidating the dive pool and outdoor silver screen, surrounded by the encasing stone walls.” All the rooms have discovered haven on one story, secured by a low pitched skillion rooftop that gathers water. The north rise shielding four bedrooms profits by a completely coated divider that opens up to a long verandah available from every bedroom. I am certain that this dazzling Australian home can move you to make your own comfortable retreat.