Caribbean House Design in Dominican Republic
This 7000 m2, first floor beach bungalow consists of two curved volume of a pair of sand-colored structure that extends upward into the clear sky. Curved wall, arched roof is made architectural interest from outside, while inside all the focus in the view. Outdoor family room offers endless beach scene, where sea breezes can be enjoyed in the shade of a rolling roofline. Floor to ceiling windows bring the outside, but in not as easy as you might think, with the front door hidden behind a series of wall sculptures, offering peaceful privacy of this Caribbean vacation home. Architect Joaquin Torres of Spain architecture firm A-CERO create beautiful Caribbean home design in the Dominican Republic as a vacation hotspot of the year in which the sun, sand and surf signs.