BKK Architects has designed Beached House measuring 349m² (3,757ft²). Carefully sited in response to prevailing conditions and site in Flinders, Australia, the house was completed in 2009.
Beached House continues BKK‘s interest in the curation of the domestic as a sequence of unfolding spaces. The journey throughout the house is via a series of subtly shifting spaces that alter one’s orientation to climate and terrain. Carefully sited in response to prevailing conditions, there is an interest in how the building occupies the site. There is a sense that the home has been washed ashore; embedded into the terrain, anchored against the elements.
— BKK Architects
Photographs by Peter Bennetts
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