Beach Houses of Australia and New Zealand

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Images Publishing, 2000 - Architecture - 159 pages
"If there is one thing that symbolises the Australian way of life - it is leisure time in a weekend house, preferably near the sea. The houses that they build are moderate in size and cost to construct - their predomiant aim being to maximise a sense of freedom and ease of use in open spaces, both inside and out of the house. They are rarely sophisticated in taste, but rather put their emphasis on an emerging Australian unpretentious simplicity of style ... one can only marvel at the perserverance of the architects and their clients who produced the work in this book."--Jacket.
 

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Contents

The Kilcare House
The Pittwater House
Mackeral Beach House
Merson House
Murrah House
The Cottesloe Beach House
The Yallingup Residence
Baker Residence

Griffin House
Two Houses at Noosa Heads
The Pasternak House
The Stradbroke House
The Stradbroke Island Beach House
McDuff House and Studio
The Magney House
The Palm Beach House
House at Palm Beach
The Hawks Nest House
The Cashman House
The Templeton House
Heatley House
Te Horo Beach House
The Waiheke Island House
The Whale Bay House
The Hauraki Gulf House
Featured Architects
Architects
Acknowledgments
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