Sandberg Schoffel Architects realizes Beauty Point Minimalism as elegant minimalism. This modern house has a simple open form that extends from the front door to the north, facing the balcony and living space.
This house is essentially a light-filled central space. It grows and opens from the door toward views and the sun. Other functions can be found around the main living room space’s edges.
A folded roof form is expressed in the main space’s ceiling. Thanks to the morning light that floods through the house, the atmosphere inside the house becomes warmer. The morning light also links the house interior to the large northern deck.
The slope of the site allows for locating the pool on the lower level near the guest accommodation and large casual living space. These all are within the north-side garden.
Beauty Point Minimalism
Photographer: Brett Boardman / Michael Sandberg