An unsullied beach-shack, Mid-Century modernism for the masses, rises out of the ever shrinking pool of originals. This home of pure and basic necessity would, with different build materials and more glamorous interior fabrication, be a magazine cover of contemporary beach-side design today. But back in the day, that was not a consideration. Just having your own place for the kids to run free, park a tinnie, have a shower after a long morning surf, invite some mates down to share a bbq and beer on the verandah, in short; actual living, was all the brief we ever wanted or needed to create a true holiday home.