Great House Design Close To The Beach

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This is a beautiful home located in Cape Cod Bay, Provincetown in Massachusetts, United States. It is approximately 222 square meters and seven meters high. It has been designed by Architects Hariri and Hariri.

House designThe lower external part of the residence is made of concrete to define great stability, while on the second floor we can see Ipé wood flooring, a material highly resistant to humidity and insects.

House designInside this cozy and elegant two-story house include: three bedrooms, a loft-style living room, dining room, open kitchen, a spacious terrace and balconies..House designThe house has a lot of natural light. The large windows allow you to see the exterior of the house which is located on a dune in front of a salt marsh and a mile-long breakwater.

House designHouse designThe living room area is double height and decorated primarily in shades of gray and accents of yellow. The focal point is the beautiful artwork above the modern fireplace. House designA very interesting aspect of the residence is that from the ground floor you can see a glass bridge on the second floor that connects the master bedroom and the guest bedroom.

House designThe first floor is an open space shared by living room, dining room, kitchen and terrace. It has large sliding doors and polished concrete floors. The terrace allows you to observe some areas of the bay.

House designThe dining area is simple with only a round wooden table and chairs around it. It is also surrounded by glass walls and doors. House design

The kitchen has a large island that helps to subtly separate the environments. has chocolate brown cabinets combined with stainless steel.
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House designThis is one of the bedrooms that also includes Ipe paneling.House design House designThe main bathroom also with wood paneling, glass details with white walls and toilets. House designThis is another beautiful view of the bathroom where the large interior plant creates an effect of continuity with the outside nature through the window.

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