Published: Friday, December 29, 2006
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View of the dining area in the semi-open living space
The house is located as near to the ocean as permitted by local regulations; this created an interior back-door garden cut away from the coastline for the children to play in.
View of the interiors of the bathroom in the villa
The house is accessed by a narrow entrance between these two supporting volumes. There thus emerges a continuity between the living room and the swimming pool; a space completely open to the sea view. Here the classical structural tripartite floor-wall-ceiling is dissolved into one single gesture that embraces space. The unique landscape became an abstract image in the every-day life of the household.
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