Vacation home in Australia is a slice of heaven
You would never know Beach Slice, a modern vacation home, recycles many of its building materials. Located an hour’s drive from Melbourne, Australia, it’s the perfect place to call home. Steffen Welsch Architects designed the home to be a triangular little slice of holiday heaven, or the perfect place to retire.
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Furthermore, building materials were reused from other projects. This includes recycled bricks from The Brick Recyclers, reused timber for floor boards and double-glazed doors and windows from recycled spotted gum. Moreover, the home features an electric vehicle charging point.
The main living area is on one side of the triangle layout. It is flanked by a wall of windows that let in heat and light to the main living space. The kitchen and dining area steps down into a sunken living room. Two bedrooms and a master suite sit in the private side of the home, all unobtrusively resting in the natural landscape around the home. It’s a great example of quiet architecture, according to the designers, which resists the urge to push luxury lifestyle or architecture in a vacation home.