Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

 

Architect Martin Dulanto Sangalli has designed this beach house located in Lima, Peru.

 

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The home has been designed as a big white box, with vertical cuts that create a sense of texture.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The white box sits on top of an exposed concrete structure, that is home to the basement.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The home is next to the beach, with a covered patio to sit in and enjoy the view.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano
Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli
Photography by Juan Solano

There’s a small built-in pool that is ideal for relaxing in when it’s hot.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The patio area has direct access to the main interior living area.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

Inside, the design has been kept all open plan, perfect for entertaining guests.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

There’s a small bar with wine fridge, and a large 12 person dining table.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

Here you can see how the living area has an uninterrupted view of the beach.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

A perfectly fitting sofa lines one wall, with views of the bedroom on the right.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The walkway to the bedroom overlooks the lower floor.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The bedroom, which uses the raw concrete wall as a feature wall, also has a full wall of built-in cabinetry.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

Back at the walkway, when you look over you can see the central courtyard and basement below.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

The basement is home to a lounge area with a neutral color palette.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

Apart from the lounge area, there are also four bedrooms with bathrooms on this level.

Gato House by Martin Dulanto Sangalli

Photography by Juan Solano

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