Ocean House

The weather is turning, cooler days are sneaking up on us. How about a get away, somewhere with beautiful views, nature, comfort and of course stunning design.

 Ocean House  in Lorne Victoria is an amazing home, designed by Architect Robert Mills. It is a beautiful blend of concrete and timbers, with soaring glass panels and organic shapes. A truly stunning home completed in 2011.

Ocean House

Timber and concrete with that amazing view… the curved stair just beckons you to explore the top viewing deck. Love that circular window too!  The home spans 2 main levels, with a viewing deck above .

kitchen

The kitchen has a great feel, open and contemporary, yet still welcoming. Even the ceiling fan fits perfectly.

Living Space

Polished Concrete floor , plump generous sofas and thick plush rugs, This room is just waiting for a cool change to light the fire. Minimal yet still a feeling of home.

Casual dining

 On the lower level, a casual dining space and living area.with bar area adjacent too. Love the pop of yellow!

Circular Bedroom

The Main bedroom is a circular shape, with en suite style bathroom tucked around the perimeter. Once again, timber and concrete simplicity and style.

stairwell

The concrete stairway leading upstairs – I love the imperfection of the wall finish.

Deck

Outdoor Deck leading off the main living space. The continuation of the concrete floor and timber ceiling through the inside out to the deck is seamless – and not to mention the view!

The other amazing thing about this home is that it is available as a holiday rental!  You can see more and get information at www.oceanhouse.com.au.

All images and information via flodeau blog and Robert Mills architects.

Maria X

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