Due to multiple limitations, the Zinc House goes against tradition to capture the best views of the sea. The contemporary structure is comprised of four interlocking volumes. A white wing houses the garage, leading to a two-story zinc entrance hall. From here, the home flips the conventional layout, putting bedrooms on the ground floor and the main living area above in a timber-clad box. Flanked by glazed panels, the kitchen and living room can overlook the garden in the rear and the coast ahead.
Photos: Martin Gardner / OB Architecture