Caribbean House Design by A-cero

Here is a Caribbean House Design created by architect Joaquin Torres from Spanish architecture firm A-cero and is situated in the Dominican Republic on 7,000 m2.The outdoor living area offers a splendid view of the beach, where the sea breeze can be enjoyed under the shelter of the rolling rooflines.


Beach-house style has a time-period bounded feel but it is easy to integrate modern features. Select a simple bathroom suite in white or cream, or a clean-lined retro-style design. Arching walls of this curved roof house create architectural interest from the outside, while inside all focus in on the views.




It’s a truly architectural beauty on the outside as well as on the inside. I couldn’t image a better location for a summer family dream home. With the beach just meters away, you could fall asleep enjoying the sound of the waves hitting the shore.  You would wake up with the sun gently touching your face and you could even watch the sun rise from the sea.

Published by in Architecture, on November 25th, 2009


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