Why not have everything you love under one roof like this sustainable beach house? Combining a love for surfing, the beach and keeping the world green, this stunning and sustainable beach house nestled comfortably on the sands of the Atlantic comes super close to being the perfect dream home.
Designed using a vast amount of mirrors to exude the feeling of freedom and mimic the flow of the ocean, this two-storey beach house designed by design firm West Chin Architect is located in Long Beach.
The soothing location overlooking the Atlantic was designed as the first ever home to use environmentally conscious BBS wood structural panels from Austria.
"These panels let a minimal floor slab thickness and substantial spans, and in the exact same breadth supplies insulation value. The BBS acts as the interior and/or exterior finishes in a lot of situations this was a warm balance to the vast quantity of glass on the facade and the exposed reinforced thermal concrete wall," says the architecture team.
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