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Lake Michigan Beach House by SALA Architects

Lake Michigan Beach House by SALA Architects

Architects: SALA Architects
Project: Lake Michigan Beach House
Designer: Bryan Anderson
Location: Lake Michigan, United States
Photographer: Troy Thies

This Lake Michigan beach house courts efficiency from multiple angles – quite literally. A splayed floor plan opens views to the water and horizon, and divides public and private spaces into insulated zones to condition only those areas that are in use. Triple-pane glazing with a low solar heat gain coefficient retains conditioned air and modulates solar gain throughout the seasons. Folding terrace doors and multiple roof-decks invite relaxation in any seasonal condition.

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