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subtilitas:

FORM/Kouichi Kimura - Promenade house, Shiga 2013. Photos (C) Takumi Ota, Kei Nakajima.

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Two Hulls House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

This project is situated in a glaciated, coastal landscape, with a cool maritime climate. The geomorphology of the site consists of granite bedrock and boulder till, creating pristine white sand beaches, and turquoise waters.

The two pavilions float above the shoreline like two ship’s hulls up on cradles for the winter, forming protected outdoor places both between and under them. This is a landscape-viewing instrument; like a pair of binoculars, first looking out to sea. A third transverse ‘eye’ looks down the coastline, and forms a linking entry piece. 

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midcenturymodernfreak:

1957 Shoreline House for Orange County Home Show | Architects: Wayne Williams (1919–2007) and Whitney Smith (1911–2002) | Rendering: Al Smith | Costa Mesa, CA | Photo: Jocelyn Gibbs
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1957 Shoreline House for Orange County Home Show | Architects: Wayne Williams (1919–2007) and Whitney Smith (1911–2002) | Rendering: Al Smith | Costa Mesa, CA | Photo: Jocelyn Gibbs

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