Fascinating with its imposing, bespoke architecture, the Waterfront House Coogee sits on an oceanfront property in a beach suburb of Randwick, Australia. Combining powerful primitive influences with wood insertions, details and furniture, the welcoming residence is part of MPR Design Group‘s residential portfolio. The Sydney-based architecture studio created an architecture capable of engaging with the breathtaking surroundings in a casual way. Overlooking the ocean, the Waterfront House Coogee features 550 square meters of interior spaces, elaborately connected to the outdoors via large sliding doors and carefully placed windows.
With terraces adorned with wooden pergolas, the family retreat was designed to create a comfortable transition from the customized interior spaces to the inviting entertaining outdoor areas. A collection of stairs connecting the different areas of the house create a subtle merger between the white structure and the warm wooden details. Finished off with an infinity pool, the Waterfront House Coogee leaves a deep impression of the viewer – all we need to know now is what impressed you the most.
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