The house looks north wards up along Perranporth beach.
Most house visitors look up along the beach and towards the beach, so NE and not north, which is more straight out to sea (with less going on).
So, it seems to make sense to put the fire and the lounge facing the north facing windows and east facing wall.
This idea “hides” the TV / screen as it’d be a ceiling mounted projector that’d project onto the fire breast above the fire. The fire can still have the chimney inside the house, behind the wall, and so all that heat gain into the house.
- Either side of this could be wood storage.
- And either side of the whole thing, could be speakers!
Below the fire place could also be additional wood storage.
The above illustration also has the NE corner of the loung as not having a corner column, an “Open Corner Window”
– Architect’s Toolbox: The Open Corner Window, wrap a corner with glass to blur the distinctions between rooms and views
Like the idea of walling in the fire from the front, but leaving the sides open for heat to come out & to stack logs.
– ie log storage, as per this photo:
This photo (below) is very bare, but the idea of the enclosed fire ….