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Located in the small coastal village of Walkerville, 2.5hours south east of Melbourne, architect Imogen Puller has designed a simple beachshack with adaptable spaces, multifunctional furniture and ample storage. Built to withstand the risk of bushfires and seaside corrosion, the exterior is wrapped in non combustible fiber cement sheeting, with rusted metal corten used for the decking. A unique mural on the facade is a nod to the owner’s artist agency. Built to passive house principles: an air tight envelope and high insulation levels in the floors, walls and ceilings, ensure an energy efficient and thermally comfortable home. The interior is a more minimal and calming space with light lime washed ply interior and light grey porcelain tile flooring. In the living come dining area, a custom designed banquette seat for the dining table unfolds to become a double bed, another daybed built neatly tucked under the stairs.The main bedroom is located in the voluminous upstairs space, where a queen storage bed and modular adjustable storage system make for a comfortable and adaptable space.