Why This Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home From Oregon Is Your Dream House

9 March 2015

Why This Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home From Oregon Is Your Dream House

Until now, I have never seen a more perfect expression of creative architectural design. Ladies and gentlemen, I proudly present you the transparent beachfront vacation home called the 360 House. 

The residence is located on the Oregon Coast at it was designed by the Boora Architects. You can check out their latest projects or see their outstanding architectural portofolio here on their website.

By now you probably wonder why this luxurious residence is called the 360 House, right ? Well, it’s named this way because it features no solid outside walls, only floor-to-ceiling glass walls that deliver 360 degree views over the beautiful landscape. How awesome is that ?

Now you understand why this transparent beachfront vacation home should definitely be your dream house. Who wouldn’t  want to live here ?

But enough with words for the moment. Let us see with our own eyes why the 360 is an exclusive luxury home.

Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography

The philosophy behind the project

” The design directive for this private retreat on Arcadia Beach was simple: the site is ruled by the sea, the landscape and the climate, and the homeowners wanted to keep it that way.

So the designers pared away the external architecture, leaving a thick slab of grassy coast floating above glass walls.

Perched above the beach at the edge of the tree line, this vacation home allows the dramatic Oregon Coast to take center stage. The design maintains sightlines from the sheltered forest to the open coastline with a minimal structure of glass and steel.

Atop the two-story, transparent box, the copper-clad green roof is an elevated slab of native ferns and grasses. ” says the awesome team behind this outstanding project.

Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography

From the forest drive away you can see only upper floor. The upper level, accessible via catwalk and large glass pivot door, comprehends the main living space with the dining room, living room and kitchen.

To maintain the flow of the design, a desk, a cabinetry and beds were custom made an the remarkable staircase is supported by only one piece of steel frame.

Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Luxury Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography

” Finishes and furnishings were chosen for their textural quality and subtlety. Floors and kitchen counters are made from the same dark grey basalt.

Walls, ceiling and built-in cabinetry were crafted from white oak with accents of hot-rolled blackened steel.”

Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home - EALUXE - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography

A unique feature is represented by the “home brain“. This feature enables the owner to control the lights, shades, temperatures and audio systems via their touchscreens or ipad.

The 360 House also features mechanized curtains that can be lowered in sections throughout the house according to your sense of privacy. Awesome, no ?

” Regardless of the unpredictable Oregon Coast weather, the house is filled with natural light. At night, the light levels are kept low to create a cocoon-like, intimate effect.”

Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home - EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography
Transparent Beachfront Vacation Home – EALUXE | via Tim Bies Photography

What do you think about this transparent beachfront vacation home ? Does the 360 House suits your style ?

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