Beach House Design ‘The IV Latin American Biennial of Architecture Finalists
Javier Artadi architect graduated from the Ricardo Palma University in Lima, Peru. His career started in 1986, during the two decades he has been involved in many projects such as urban masterplans, public infrastructure, civic and cultural buildings, offices and work for product design and private homes. Often involved in a number of events in Latin America, the United States and Europe, he has received several national and international awards.
Located in the south of Lima, precisely at the Las Arenas beach, It is his work that has been built with a mature design plans and commonly known as the beach house. The building is designed in a rectangular box shape which is supported by a solid foundation. The foundation aims to make the house appear floating above the earth. Clean light-colored walls, glass transparent to keep the surrounding natural views and an impressive lighting, has collaborated perfectly to display an elegant concept. Being a finalist in the IV Latin American Biennial of Architecture, this is home for a weekend retreat consisting of room service, cozy open terrace, swimming pool, kitchen and master bedroom.
Beach House Architecture Picture
[Image Courtesy | © Javier Artadi]
[found on Final Architecture]