In what might be called a house divided, this residence offers the multi-pane windows, peaked tile roofs, and close-set volumes associated with regional vernacular architecture to the street; while to the ocean it presents the sweeping curves and glass expanses of a contemporary villa. Influenced by the location's physical drama and Mexico's artistic heritage, the design engages with color, bold forms and the elements at every opportunity.
Beach House by Ike Kligerman Barkley in
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Photography: Peter Aaron