The Yorke Peninsula beach house designed by Mountford Williamson Architecture is located on a limestone cliff, taking full advantage of the panoramic views to the ocean beyond. The original shack that made way for the new home has been in our client’s family for many generations. The new house pays respect to the old – retaining a similar size, scale and materiality. It is also designed to continue a long tradition of playing host to large gatherings of family and friends. Photography by David Sievers.
This home designed by Mountford Williamson Architecture in the Adelaide Hills was carefully sited to make the most of views across the neighbouring vineyard and beyond. The ‘L’ shaped floorplan creates protected outdoor space and works with the topography of the site. A central living space separates the kid’s and parents zones. Photography by David Sievers, Jacqui Way.