Luigi Rosselli Architects created the new Tama's Tee Home, a unique design that mixes beach culture with contemporary architecture. The home was built in Tamarama, a bustling Sydney beach suburb that is famous for surfing and swimming.
Using a previous structure, the home was made from reusable materials to create a luxurious space that is eco-friendly and cost-effective. The oceanside home was designed to be as weather-resistant as possible, protecting the exterior from salt, wind and humidity. The interior features a stark white color scheme, going for a clean aesthetic that is motivating and visually appealing.
Finishing Tama's Tee Home off with large windows and exposed ceilings, the architects created a house with a unique feel that is beachy yet stylish.
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