The luxury oceanview house (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico) named Casa Finisterra boasts architectural materials like stone, concrete, glass and metal. Composed of elegantly designed interiors and private courtyards, the luxury oceanview house overlooks sparkling waters and was built to appear as part of the coastal landscape, with expanses of large glass opening the minimalist interiors towards the oceanviews.
Design: Rees Roberts, Steven Harris Architects
This two story luxury beach home was completed in 2007 and is located in Southampton, New York. The luxury beach home and garden become a bridge between two various bodies of water: wild Atlantic Ocean to the south and gentle Mecox Bay to the north.
Design: Stelle Architects
Photos: Kay Wettstein von Westersheimb, Francesca Giovanelli, Jeff Heatley
The luxury beach home was built in 2011, has three floors and is located in the Las Palmeras, 76 miles south of Lima. Designers chose to leave the social areas for everyday activities in the third floor, to take more advantage of the beautiful ocean view over the lower first row terraces. In the ground floor designers identified spaces which required a lot less illumination such as parking and service areas.
Architecture: Riofrio+Rodrigo Arquitectos
Photos: Elsa Ramirez
The luxury beach house (Cape Yamu, Phuket, Thailand) has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, located on the east coast in Thailand. The house offers about 21,000 square feet of luxury internal living space.
Architecture: KplusK Architects
Photos: Sotheby’s Realty Phuket
That luxury beach house has been designed to create a place of retreat and contemplation nestled on the edge of a rocky escarpment and sand dune facing northeast across the South Pacific. The main pavilion of the house is designed with living spaces opening onto the semi-enclosed areas providing for basking in the sun or retreat from the wind – the second is a private retreat pavilion with study and bedroom.
Architecture: Grose Bradley BNV
Photos: John Gollings