Surfers are an eclectic group that live their lives close to nature, dictated by the swell of the surf—a lifestyle that shows in how they create their spaces. Ad hoc cottages, modern beach houses and homes built from repurposed shipping containers are just some of the surf shacks featured in this new volume of Matt Titone’s Surf Shacks, an ongoing exploration of how surfers live. The result? Effortless environments filled with natural materials and found objects picked up on far-flung surfing adventures, each home as characterful as its residents. Surf Shacks Volume 2 steps into the homes of the surf community around the world—from the shores of southern California to the tropical havens in Sri Lanka or the hills of Hawaii. This is a rare glimpse into the homes of creative leaders, including Geoff McFetridge’s ranch style home in Los Angeles, surfboard designer Hayden Cox’s minimalist family home in Sydney and fashion designer Cynthia Rowley’s cozy Montauk home.