La Boyita Residence was designed by studio Martin Gomez Arquitectos and is a up to date seashore residence situated in Punta del Este, Uruguay. The residence was constructed utilizing concrete, iron, glass and wooden. Here is extra info from the architects: “The challenge consists of 5 blocks and a foremost block with a dwelling and eating space with one of the best views to the ocean and in the direction of the swimming pool, utterly shielded from the wind, as it’s positioned within the middle of the challenge. The different blocks include a service space and different visitor room blocks. This independence was essential to make his visitors get the sensation of being in alone in a lodge. The galleries that sorround these concrete blocks find yourself creating the thought of outside dwelling rooms and result in a fluid transition between the inside and the outside, with implausible panoramic views.” Can you consider some other design concepts that might make this seashore house even friendlier?