The stunning 186 House in Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico, epitomizes the synergy of contemporary design and nature. Conceived by architect Aaron Cappon and artfully brought to life with the intricate touch of designer Nyra Troyce, this seafront house immerses its inhabitants in an ambience where nature and architecture meet.
On a sprawling 1,306 m² (14,057.4 ft²) land, its design takes inspiration from Cancún’s famous balmy weather and vibrant surroundings. Troyce, deeply attentive to her clients’ lifestyles, crafts interiors that not only delight the eye but also provide functional, lasting solutions, thanks in part to the innovative use of textiles and materials.
Step into Casa Punta Ixtapa, a luxurious seafront residence designed by Pseudónimo in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
This exquisite property, completed in 2020, harmoniously blends natural elements with modern design to create an extraordinary living experience. Famous for its limestone-rich landscapes, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo provides the perfect backdrop for a beach house that emphasizes light, texture, and connection to the environment.
Discover the enchanting features of this stunning property, from its limestone stairs and Veracruz marble floors to the Huanacaxtle wood beams supporting the gable roof.
Discover the captivating House on a Cliff by Tal Goldsmith Fish Design Studio in Israel.
This stunning seafront home, designed in 2022, is perched above the Mediterranean Sea, offering breathtaking views and an inspiring connection to the raw, untouched landscape that surrounds it. Immerse yourself in the luxurious blend of minimally processed materials, such as concrete, stone, and brass, which evoke a sense of timeless elegance in harmony with nature.
Sea House, a seafront house in Dalmatia, Croatia, designed by Studio Bressan in 2021, is a modern masterpiece blending with the surrounding nature.
The property includes pre-existing buildings, a guest house, living space and outdoor areas that enhance the usability of the existing buildings. The unique location in Croatia and the characteristics of the buildings provide a perfect opportunity to admire the magnificent landscape, with the glass screens and metal blinds providing a hermetic protection of the built volume. The outdoor areas include a pool and a Pergola Velarium, a flexible structure that adapts to the climatic conditions throughout the day, making Sea House an ideal place to enjoy the beauty of Dalmatia.