Contemporary Las Palmeras Vacation Houses by Greg Wright Architects

Jul 28, 2012

Category: Living

At first glance the stunning Las Palmeras may look like nothing more than a spectacular contemporary residence with an absolutely stunning ocean view, but a closer look reveals that there are actually 2 holiday houses perched atop this rocky cliff.

The contemporary homes are actually built into the massive cliff, and both homes feature basements that are concealed below the surface. Based in Peru, the stunning homes were built by team at Greg Wright Architects and each dwelling includes floor to ceiling windows, living rooms that open up completely to the surrounding environment, and of course pools to fully enjoy the beach style living.

Contemporary Las Palmeras Vacation Houses by Greg Wright Architects (4)

Contemporary Las Palmeras Vacation Houses by Greg Wright Architects (3)

Contemporary Las Palmeras Vacation Houses by Greg Wright Architects (2)

Contemporary Las Palmeras Vacation Houses by Greg Wright Architects (1)

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