Located on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula (Australia), the Sorrento House is made up of a series of stepped pavilions that mimic the site’s uneven topography. Designed by InForm, the project was built as a vacation home on the coast, broken up into different spaces, making it perfect for invited guests.
Outside of the main pavilion, there’s a long wooded deck that spans to a neighboring pavilion, while also bridging the living room with the pool.
Under the main roof, there’s the public living space, master bedroom, and a guest bedroom. A separate pavilion houses two additional bedrooms.
Floor-to-ceiling, sliding glass doors and windows open the living room, kitchen, and dining room to the outdoor space.
Light bricks, warm woods, and crisp whites create a modern look on the interior.
The same brick on the exterior shows up inside creating continuity. Blue and yellow were also brought into the living space to brighten things up.