Pandolfini Architects have designed a series of five united A-framed structures that centre around a courtyard and pool, inspired by the nostalgia and simplicity of holiday homes of the past.Each maintaining a compact and sustainable footprint through the use of solar panels and external shutters, Pandolfini Architects’ connected approach to architecture focuses inward to encourage familial congregation.
Each pavilion has direct access to the communal courtyard alongside a secluded outdoor area. The pavilions are linked by glass walkways, creating a compelling connection to the outdoors. The exterior is composed of weathered timber and bagged brickwork in Porter’s Paints’ Milk – the perfect neutral backdrop for the lush landscaping by Fiona Brockhoff Design.
Inside, materials have been kept pared-back and unpretentious, relaying the natural tones of the coast. Custom polished concrete with white quartz keeps the home cool in summer, complemented by white aluminium windows and white linear wall panelling.
A series of five united A-framed structures in Porter’s Paints’ Milk inform the design of the home, each maintaining a compact and sustainable footprint through the use of solar panels and external shutters.
The pool house is equipped with integrated appliances including a dishwasher, French door fridge and rangehood as well as a private bathroom.