Beach house in Australia with interesting architecture and pastel interiors

The architects of this Australian home designed the building with five A-shaped structures that surround the courtyard and pool. The authors of the project were inspired by the simple and laconic design of summer houses from the past times. Each of the five pavilions has an exit to the courtyard, and they are connected to each other by glass partitions, through which the garden and trees can be seen. The interiors of the house turned out to be light pastel and minimalistic, to match the facade. One of the accent colors was soft blue: the kitchen, beds in the nursery and garden furniture are made in this shade. The pool and a small house made of wooden slats have become the main decoration of the backyard – it is here that all life is in full swing on sultry summer days. A very interesting home: beautiful architecture and no less wonderful inner space!

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