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Beach House in Las Arenas by Javier Artadi Arquitectos

By Eric Meunier


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Lima-based studio Javier Artadi Arquitectos has designed this 2,300 square foot contemporary beach house in Las Arenas, a hundred miles south of Lima, Peru.

House in Las Arenas by Javier Artadi Arquitectos:

“The project consists of a small house on a beach a hundred miles south of Lima and explores the expansion of the conventional uses of a beach house. To that end, a container box has been created, a space that integrates the living-dining room and terrace with pool, within which various elements have been designed (conventional and unconventional furniture) that offer multiple use options.

Architecturally, the volume has been strategically perforated along some planes in order to control sunlight and to achieve a selective visual approach (towards the sky, the sea, etc.), and it has been deliberately suspended above the garden to add an air of weightlessness and freedom to the architectural experience of the users.

Functionally, the main volume is surrounded by sleeping and service areas. There the kitchen and master bedroom can be found, which are both visually connected with the terrace and pool, and through them, with the skyline.

The project intends to incorporate a new typological option extending the architectonic spectre of the desert coast of Peru in the beginnings of this new century.”

Photos by: Alexander Kornhuber

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About Eric Meunier

Currently the Owner and Chief Executive of HODYO Design, Eric Meunier's expertise in the design industry spreads over 20 years. He was the driving force behind HomeDSGN's early success, founding this website in 2011. Today, he loves to channel his passion for design into remodeling houses and transforming interior spaces with his keen eye for detail and architectural finesse. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

1 thought on “Beach House in Las Arenas by Javier Artadi Arquitectos”

  1. Interestingly simple design. I am wondering how this one holds up against the elements in the outdoor area. Nice continuity between the indoor and outdoor, though, as most places seem to throw in a porch as an afterthought.


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