Coastal Holiday House with a Retro Vibe at Sorrento on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula

Coastal Holiday House with a Retro Vibe at Sorrento

Architects: InForm Design
Project: Sorrento House
Location: Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
Photography: Derek Swalwell

Sorrento House is a coastal holiday house composed of a series of stepped pavilions reflecting the sites undulating topography. The living space, master bedroom and guest bedroom sit under the main roof plane, while a separate pavilion, linked by the deck, incorporates two further bedrooms.

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