London practice Of Architecture has used a fuss-free colour and material palette to create this understated home for a young couple in the town of Newquay in Cornwall.
House by the Sea belongs to an artist and a surfer, who told Of Architecture that they wanted a home without extravagant finishes, instead preferring a living space that appears “simple, robust and utilitarian”.
Of Architecture has designed House by the Sea for a couple in Cornwall
Though the brief was relatively straightforward, erecting the home proved tricky for the practice.
“The house is located by the cliff side of Pentire peninsula and has a very steep driveway, so transporting material was
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