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Situated on the Pacific Coast, this seashore residence in La Jolla, Peru, was designed by Juan Carlos Doblado as a method to bridge the hole between man and nature and between the desert and the ocean.
The primary degree homes seven bedrooms with personal loos, the place the closets and the loos type the outside partitions of the thick facade. Carved out niches between these areas are full of home windows that permit pure mild in whereas nonetheless remaining personal.
This flooring additionally homes a two-automotive storage and two sitting rooms.
The highest flooring is the general public flooring which options a big terrace and a pool.
This degree homes the kitchen, eating room, front room, and main bedroom. The home could also be stark white on the outside, however they’ve added purple and black to combine it up on the inside. Now that’s one daring kitchen.
A skylight was put in over the stairway maintaining it brilliant and crammed with daylight.
Pictures by Juan Solano.