This stunningly modern seaside home by Elton & Leniz Architects enjoys a beautiful scenery of rough nature cactae and spruce vegetation crude soil and a steel blue sea. Accordingly the materials and shapes that went into the design are rather rough and angular frames of exposed concrete and a wood planking left in a milder natural finish two textures that complement themselves wonderfully.
Only the best materials were used in the design of this place. The architect was also able to integrate this building with the surrounding nature flawlessly. This provides us with a perfect example of modern architecture in synergy with nature.
Upon entry the building seems to gradually grow weightless and narrow toward the comfortable and private garden and recreation area by the pool. This approach to the use of space is more expressive and ingenuous than vast rectangular rooms.
Inspired directly from the need of freedom this wonderful house really catches our attention through the significant quantity of glass used throughout the structure. By using pretentious glass elements in the facade the architect has created a beautiful composition revolved around the idea of pure freedom light and alack of inhibition.
Partly embedded in the slope and glazed toward the beach the vast ground floor accommodates living and dining rooms that open to the view. On the first floor there are semi private rooms on a smaller area supporting a second floor that contains the bedrooms in a cantilevered and more private body appropriately clad in wood of a warmer color.