Architect Joaquin Torres from Spanish architecture firm A-cero Studio is to blame for this magnificent house located Caribbean island of La Romana in the Dominican Republic.
This pearl-of-the-Caribbean House Design is a 7,000m2, single-storey beachfront bungalow with outdoor living area offering a splendid view of the beach. Sleeping zone and living zone are organized into visually separated two blocks, with connection of a covered veranda hidden behind their curved volumes. Two curvilinear volumes, a pair of sand-colored structures fold upwards into the vertical position.
Minimalist beachfront house
The housing project for this beachfront house in Casa is made according to the needs of the client, in only one plant, with indigenous stone of Coralline of clear tones (white – beige) for the exterior offers visual continuity to the inside. It is material well adapted to the warm climate during the whole year, giving the appearance of abundant solar light, and a marine reference.
Beachfront house with pool
The whole beachfront house has crossed ventilation, to make use of all the advantages of the Caribbean climate so gentle sea breezes can be felt throughout the house. The housing is actually opened to the outside in practically all his fronts, featuring large floor-to-ceiling windows. There is a large double wooden door in the center that welcomes guests into the house.
Architectural interest from the outside is made through the arching walls of the curved roof house while the front entrance is hidden behind a series of sculptural walls, offering privacy to this peaceful vacation house.
The project encompasses its own private beach and pier, yet its prime feature is a pool which appears like a smaller beach with its graduated entrance.
Landscaping was designed be A-cero and executed by Aybar while indigenous gardening is mixed with areas of grass, gravel and rocks. For more information you can check out A-cero website.