Taking cues from the coastal surrounds of Lorne in Victoria, Mizu House crafts a warm, pared back and practical family beach house, with Japanese inflections.
Open living spaces capitalise on uninterrupted views to the ocean and rugged landscape, inspiring a natural palette of oak, sisal and whitewashed, shiplap cladding, celebrated through honest detailing. Exposed aggregate floors lend an enduring, grounded feel, complemented by steel framed cabinetry, defining a small retreat. A series of intimate guest spaces are nestled on the lower level, offering a quiet respite after a day by the water. Spaces are arranged to maximise capacity, with bunkbeds and flexible zones embracing a full house of friends and family.
Interior Design: Georgina Jeffries
Builder: Karacsay Constructions
Photography: Cricket Photography StudioMizu