The Lefevre House is an absolutely stunning example of modern cliffside architecture. Located at the edge of the Peruvian desert and positioned impressively above the Pacific Ocean, the beach home was designed by Longhi Architects.
"Sand garden roofs act as the extension of the desert; lap and recreation pools connect the ocean with the house, while a glass box hangs from the structure symbolizing architecture between sand and water," according to Architectural Review.
I love the way the home is cantilevered outwards, nearly touching the ocean. The views from the deck and the swimming pools must be magnificent.
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Peru's Lefevre House Lives on the Edge of Desert & Ocean
- By: Elsa BlaineApr 5, 2009