La Isla House by Llosa Cortegana Architects
by Ted Savage / October 17, 2012
Urban sprawl has outdistanced the ocean view for some new developments in coastal Lima, Peru. La Isla House by Llosa Cortegana Architects compensates by opening up the interior to the surrounding greenery, and planting a single tree in a central patio to extend the expansive feel.


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It may not be endless water, but you do get distance, stretching into the great outdoors. Via ArchDaily.

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