Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Cliff View, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

The Lefevre House was completed in 2008 by the Lima based studio Longhi Architects. This 5,600 square foot, contemporary beach residence is located above Misterio Beach, 72 miles (117 kilometres) south of Lima, Peru.

Evening, Lights, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Cliff Edge, Views, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Cliff Edge, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Sand Garden Roofs, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Architecture, Stairs, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

View from the Beach, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Infinity Pool, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Pool, Window, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Terrace, Infinity Pool, Sea Views, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Outdoor Pool, Terrace, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Natural Rock Walls, Bathroom, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Natural Rock, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Mettle & Wood Stairs, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Stairs, Open Plan Living, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

 

Dining, Living Space, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Balcony, Sea Views, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Sea Views, Balcony, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Bathroom, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

View from the Beach, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

First Floor Plan, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Second Floor Plan, Lefevre House, Peru by Longhi Architects

Lefevre Beach House by Longhi Architects:

“Between sand and water:

Conceived as the place where the arid Peruvian desert meets the Pacific Ocean, this beach house located at Punta Misterio 117 km. south of Lima, is an intervention where the integration of architecture and landscape was an important concern.

Sand garden roofs act as the extension of the desert; lap and recreation pools connect the ocean with the house, while a glass box hangs from the structure symbolizing architecture between sand and water.”

Photos By: CHOlon Photography

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