Unique Ocean Home by Modular System

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The Unique Ocean Home is a bungalow near the beach resort of Baiona in Galicia in northwestern Spain. This bungalow house was designed by Porto-based Modular System. The holiday home is situated on a hillside plot in a lush garden overlooking the Cies Islands.

The house is perfect for two, but also accommodates four people: the connecting-room between bedroom and living room has a folding bunk bed. Large picture windows in the open living, dining and kitchen area (with designer fireplace) and in the bedroom allow the boundaries between inside and outside to disappear. In fine weather, the wooden terrace with lounge- and dining area becomes the second living room. Via UrlaubsArchitektur

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