LightWave in Byron Bay is waiting for you
This house on Byron Bay is an origami architecture shelter that view to the ocean. Introducing to you LightWave House. A Landscape sculpture with the rectilinear pool.
What is unique about this project is the timber that is getting its part of the wave. However, the engineers do a fantastic job with the position of it. In other words, all view from the shelter gives a panoramic view of the whole ocean, trees, and natural glory. But when you stand and see from the pool, your look got caught on the bay. After that, you can feel a connection between the bond of the nature of the bay, and the waveform of the shelter.
Most importantly, it makes you feel that you stand inside that is a part of it. However, this Cabana’s waveform with the timber inside gives a warmth feeling. The cost of this entire project was $170,000. As a result, it was less imperative on the budget for the engineers. Therefore, the clients get their experience they need.
Firstly, inside the cabana, you can find a shower and bathroom. Secondly, people that passing by can impress this artwork on the hillside it’s a great addition they travel. To clarify, this is the place you must visit. In conclusion, The LightWave shelter is a unique place for hangout when you on the coast of Australia. So this is an excellent place for a swim and a shot view for your Instagram’s profile. Above all, to admire the exceptional architecture art on its beauty in front of nature amazing oceanfront landscape. It is the place that art and life are born, so next time you’re in Australia keep in mind that you have to go there, to cross a check on your Adventure Journal.
Photos: David Taylor / Harley Graham Architects