Architecture firm Egue y Seta created this oceanside house, a small cabin-style residence packed with urban design features. This house only reaches 1,000 square feet, but the location is prime and each part of this space is used functionally.
By tearing down almost all of the walls, the design team created a space that visually connect the bedrooms, kitchen and hallways. Using furniture to provide privacy that is lacking in the walls, this beach house has all elements of the perfect vacation home at a reasonable price that looks right onto the ocean. This oceanside house has two bedrooms and allows for two inhabitants to stay for a maximum of two months at a time.
Image Credit: Egue y Seta, Architizer
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