The 'Lefevre' Beach House is a Division Between Sand and Water

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: longhiarchitect & letmebeinspired
If a beach house that merges desert sands and coastal waters doesn’t sound simply heavenly, then these photographs of the ‘Lefevre’ Beach House should do the trick. This stunning design was created by the architectural firm Longhi Architects, and lies at the joining point of the Peruvian desert and the Pacific Ocean.

The Lefevre Beach House boasts a rooftop garden, spacious infinity pool and floor-to-ceiling windows with a priceless view of the ocean. This house is the epitome of a luxurious coastal abode.

Implications - Merging two opposing elements within one design can better account for consumers' wavering tastes over time. This coastal home combines the dry heat of the desert with the fresh moistness of the sea to create a hybrid that can appeal to all consumers' demands.

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