The Colony at Bandon Cove is an 18-unit upscale rowhouse development overlooking the ocean in a small town on the Oregon coast. The project won a “Best Low-Rise” award at Multi-Housing News’ 2008 Design Excellence Awards. The project team sought to “make the development look natural in its environment.” The two-story buildings, which have a low profile, are arranged in a crescent shape that follows the shape of the bluff where they are sited. Earth tones and cedar siding, a material that is well-suited to the coastal weather conditions, also help the Colony fit in with its natural setting.
Colony at Bandon Cove Bandon, OR
Colony at Bandon Cove rear elevation, night view. Image courtesy of Myhre Group Architects, Inc.
Rear elevation, night view. Image courtesy of The Colony at Bandon Cove Facebook Page
Rear elevation and ocean beach. Image courtesy of The Colony at Bandon Cove Facebook Page
Rear elevation and dunes. Image courtesy of The Colony at Bandon Cove Facebook Page