by Cormack O'Connor in Architecture on Saturday 18 May 2013

In the Victorian town of Torquay, there’s a few extra waves on the beach. Australian architect Tony Hobba has created a wave inspired structure out of recycled sheet metal and concrete that resembles an old, rusty surf shack. The Third Wave Kiosk, as it is formally known, is situated on top of a cliff and is fast becoming a big tourist attraction for the picturesque town. Who said building on a budget couldn’t be classy? [Follow me on Twitter @cormy96 and Instagram @cormy096]