Too often we'll see some quality material go to the landfill because it doesn't fit in with other, nicer structures that are in it's midst, which is exactly what the Third Wave Kiosk in Australia by Tony Hobba Architects hopes to do.
Made from reclaimed steel, the surf shack is a fully functioning hotspot that local surfers can grab a bite or a beverage from after a day in the water. What's more, it features a cafe for grabbing a cup of java and a restroom/change room for surfers to use before leaving the beach.
It's interesting to see structures like this one that make use of old materials, but still manage to look super badass. The Third Wave Kiosk in Australia by Tony Hobba Architects will continue to patina from the sun and salty air, which will make it look like it has one serious sunburn very soon.
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