Strung in a row of three connected pavilions, the Shoreham beach house enjoys uninterrupted and extensive views of Western Port Bay whilst creating outdoor areas sheltered from the elements.

Project Name: Shoreham House
Studio Name:
Alison Dodds Architect
Location: Shoreham, Victoria, Australia
Photography: Peter Glenane
Project size: 528 m2
Site size: 10530 m2
Completion date: 2011
Building levels: 1

Shoreham House by Alison Dodds Architect - Sheet1
Living Room ©Peter Glenane

The brief called for a response not only to its site, but the need to provide zoned living and bedroom areas.

Shoreham House by Alison Dodds Architect - Sheet2
Garden View ©Peter Glenane

Additionally, the extensive use of stone gives a feeling of permanency and a natural affinity with the homes location.

Shoreham House by Alison Dodds Architect - Sheet3
Outdoor Dining ©Peter Glenane



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