Beach House In Casa de Campo by A-cero | architecture

Spanish architecture firm A-cero delivers a stunning housing project in La Romana (Dominican Republic) built entirely with the indigenous stone of Coralline that really prospers with the abundance of sunshine. The two blocks that shoot up like waves are fantastic and provide vertical covering. They also look like something Tony Hawk might dream up for his beach house.
In the middle, a big door of two sheets in wood leads to the housing. The entirety of the house has crossed ventilation, which is nice because you’re able to take advantage of those gentle, Caribbean sea breezes. Joaquin Torres directed the project, which features a private beach and pier, plus a pool which looks like a smaller beach with the graduated entrance.

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