Minimalist style and relaxed, and invites you to sit and enjoy the view. Australian architects, led by Marcus O’Reilly was behind one of the most unusual houses of the modern Australian beachfront in Sorrento, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in Australia. Calculation of paid and need not be air conditioning despite the obvious difficulties involved in obtaining the optimal thermal performance for a structure above the stage and the light in the temperate climate. In accordance with local tradition of a long-standing, wooden house dress features local materials such as stone faced and natural tea tree and window awnings, but modernized with a striking wooden staircase with a custom galvanized steel balustrades, boasting the cool edge of the industry. Determined by the state land, houses on the hillside above the road up to the dunes in a staggered series of volumes – ground level in front of the rock volume, followed by mild steel and the volume of greenhouse. An entertaining area features an outdoor canopy radial polycarbonate and wood, and offering views of the surrounding sand dunes and eucalyptus trees. The orientation, size, volume of buildings, insulation and weight to be modeled to assess how much additional weight would be required to be added to the south wall is necessary to obtain the thermal mass. Outside deck leading into the house, the sun-soaked beach house interiors by all accounts. “Sustainable issues to the fore, especially with the Solar passive performance. With an innovative mix of materials, this beach house’s facade is an eclectic and relaxed, showing a” low maintenance material palette is not only intended to be a test of sandy boogie boards, wet towels and adolescents parties, but also increases with age, “according to the architects. Passive ventilation and 10,000 liters of rain water tanks complete package.