by Bomax Architects
At House Llandudno, one is met by contemporary architecture, a form of clean-cut concrete tapered structure that captures uninterrupted views of the ocean from the living spaces. The living room flows out towards a rim-flow pool and a roof garden, which creates a two-part division into the main house and an annexe whilst creating a great breakdown of scale between the two parts of the house. A sense of minimalism is picked up as one journeys through the spaces, from the house’s materiality to how it sits within its landscape. The immediate links between inside and outside create a great sense of play with scale, which is experienced throughout the whole house.
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