Modern Beach House in Tasmania, Australia

Lunawood Thermowood is lightweight material due to its manufacturing process. That allows the material to be used in modular construction like this Tasmanian beach house with spectacular views!

Also with harsh Australian climate, it is quite important to choose the material that is durable. And with Lunawood Thermowood Facade, it is also possible to create solar shades to prevent too much sun shine. Mostly sunny days in Australia, that comes in good use! You can also play with moulding and create liveliness in the facade with different battens.

Architect Modulus Studio
Location Tasmania, Australia
Year 2020
Photos Modulus Studio

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