The Headland House Mixes Indoor and Outdoor Living Seamlessly

 - Apr 10, 2018
References: atelier-andycarson & uncrate
Architect Atelier-Andy Carson created the new Headland House on 150-aces of land on the Australian Coast. The home was formed to take advantage of the impressive landscape that surrounds it, built into the slope to look out onto the vast greenery.

With a contemporary exterior made with a mix of metal, cement and stone, the house compliments the rustic scenery. The angled structures are based around a large courtyard with a luxurious swimming pool that connects the main living area with the outdoor space. The modern interior mixes comfort with style using custom-made furniture and a bright color scheme.

The Headland House looks out onto Werri Beach, adding a pop of contemporary style to the scenery rather than a classic beach-style design.

Image Credit: Michael Nicholson