SJAIII House By Casas De Mexico

Nov 12, 2018

Category: Living

The coasts of Mexico are rife with vegetation, wildlife, and beautifully designed homes that seem to spring up out of nowhere. Standing alone on a beach near San Juan de Alima, the SJAIII House by Casas De Mexico stands apart from the crowd with a true connection to one of the most attractive locations on Earth.

With a foundation that’s seemingly carved into the rocky hillside, the home stretches toward the sea while utilizing the surrounding landscape. It shares a symbiotic relationship with the vegetation covering its secluded outcrop, blending almost seamlessly with the forested area that reaches up from behind its horizon. Adorned with neutral grays and warm, inviting wooden tones, the seaside abode leads denizens through its open-ended living areas and into a serene pool area looking out over the warm Pacific Ocean.

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