In Brisbane, Australia, this home sits oceanside on the popular Redcliffe Peninsula. The elaborate 4 level house was designed with the ocean views in mind and from several rooms, thanks to broad expanses of glass and balconies, the views create the illusion of floating directly upon the sea. In addition to the use of glass, the home utilizes a central void that visually connects all four levels, allowing additional daylight and creating visual continuity for occupants. The white stucco exterior and white interior walls are balanced by copious use of natural materials, including slate accent walls and a minimal open wood staircase that occupies the void. An intimate patio occupies the small space separating the home from the ocean, and incorporates glass barriers and a pool to further connect house and sea.
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