When some people think of a minimalist beach house, spacious glass structures naturally come to mind. After all, people often love looking out at the relaxing landscape at any point in their home. That is not to say that this particular minimalist beach house lacks such a vista. Instead, it takes on a different form that is much more modern and even artistic.
All white, the minimalist beach house is located on the Pacific Coast in in La Jolla, Peru. It was designed by Juan Carlos Doblado. Taking on a planar silhouette, it has a sort of bar code base that let in natural light while providing a sense of privacy. The two-storey home is still beautifully airy.
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