Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
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Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows
Shaun Lockyer Architects / Scott Burrows

Shaun Lockyer Architects (SLa) have designed a waterside holiday home on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, and its a stunning example of how a minimal, angular design can interact with its surroundings.

Dubbed the “V House” thanks to its V-shaped structure, the building employs a “courtyard home” concept, which essentially means that its irregular shape is built to surround a central, unifying, courtyard space.

Each side of the property connects to the water’s edge on the south side, which helps to deliver a sense of openness to the already spacious design. It also creates a fluid conversation between the interior and exterior, reinforced by the use of floor-to-ceiling windows, timber framing, and concrete throughout.

Take a look inside the V House via the gallery above.

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