Adrian Noboa Arquitecto gives a new lease of life to Mid-Century family beach house, Lima

Adrián Noboa Arquitecto has remodeled and extended a beach house located on the hillside overlooking the sea and bay of Ancón, a district 43 km north of Lima, Peru. The clients are the third-generation owners of the property, and their purpose was to restore and re-value their grandparents’ original housing project. This house was originally designed in 1958 by Swiss architect Theodor Cron, whose architectural production has become reverent in modern peruvian architecture.

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Cuzco’s sleeping pods

Hanging from a sheer cliff face in Peru’s sacred valley of Cuzco, three transparent capsules have been installed, providing accommodation for particularly intrepid guests. to reach the sleeping pods, lodgers must first climb 400 feet (122 meters), or hike an challenging trail using ziplines before enjoying the impressive views of the mystical valley.‬ via design boom