Located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is this modern waterfront house designed by local award-winning architecture firm Ezequiel Farca + Cristina Grappin.
Flaunting a rectangular volume in varying heights with multi-functional areas, the home is defined by a massive green roof and expansive outdoor entertaining spaces. Glass walls encompasses the residence, which can be easily be opened during sunny days to allow direct connection with the outdoors.
Inside, colors and textures like linen, wooden furniture and vintage accessories evoke early 50’s aesthetic that is inspired by beach houses of California.
Other notable key amenities is an outdoor pool and various seating for relaxation, in addition to a stone bar that sits in front of a natural stone wall.
The home also has a circular sunken lounge with steps that lead down to the firepit with built-in seating and wood deck chairs for ultimate enjoyment of the outdoors that overlooks the scenic lakeshore.
In other wonderful houses, “Casa Elíptica” embraces curvilinear design like a spaceship.
- Source: Contemporist
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