Especially Designed for Relaxation: Modern Grafitti House in Peru

Especially Designed for Relaxation: Modern Grafitti House in Peru

Gomez de la Torre & Guerrero Arquitectos designed the Graffiti House, a modern residence opening up towards its landscape in Playa Gaviotas, Peru. Stretching over a built surface of 259 square meters, the house was especially developed for a couple passionate about culinary delights and quality relaxation. The project is structured on two levels, connected with the help of a central staircase, which ultimately directs inhabitants towards the retractable roof and terrace. The large kitchen is the highlight of the second floor. State-of the-art equipment and furnishings make this a great place for the couple to improve their cooking skills. The color palette defined by red and black contrasts the white walls of the residence and ensures an overall appealing aesthetic effect. A graffiti portrait is the focal point of the inner hallway, livening up the atmosphere. How do you find it?

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  • David Traversa February 18, 2015 at 02:39 AMLogin to Reply →

    Another beautiful creation. This time though, I would make a small change (it’s MY opinion but NOT MY house of course): The gigantic sad face on the wall must disappear PRESTO! and the fire engine red on the wall and cushions must be tone down.
    It’s a shade of red visually too aggressive for the delicacy of the general design AND architectural concept.