*조립식 비치하우스-[ Stuart Tanner architect ] A Semi-Modular Beach House

테즈메이니아 반도에 산불이 일어난 후, 일부에 조립식 비치하우스가 건설되었다. 단단하고 보호성이 뛰어나지만 특유의 광활한 주변 경관과 조망과도 잘 어울리는 비치하우스들은 오크 나무와 유리, 콘크리트로 제작되었다. 파빌리온은 긴 갑판으로 분리되어 있고, 이 갑판은 입구와 축의 역할을 한다.

After a bushfire, a partially prefabricated beach house rises on a rugged Tasmanian peninsula.

Simon and Sarah Younger had only toyed with the idea of building a new beach house beside their shack in Dunalley, Tasmania, when the property was razed by a bushfire in 2013. After the smoke cleared, the Youngers turned to architect Stuart Tanner to design a refuge that would make them feel safe and still realize their vacation house wish list. 

The Youngers’ new house is "solid and protecting, yet connected with the vast landscape and vista across Dunalley Bay," says Tanner. Built from steel, Tasmanian oak timber, glass, and precast concrete, the semi-modular house has two distinct wings, one for sleeping and one for living. The pavilions are separated by a long deck, which serves as both entry and axis to Mt. Wellington and the capital city of Hobart in the distance. 



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