The Casa Ambar: Pure Bliss in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
The Casa Ambar sits at the tip of the Baja Peninsula in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, boasting views of the city and the Pacific Ocean.
Completed in 2017, the house sets deep into the sloping earth for natural cooling while providing 280 degrees of extraordinary views of ocean, town, and desert.
The 7,500 sq ft. space uses an abundance of floor-to-ceiling windows, providing vast natural light throughout.
With continuous doors open, rooms become one indoor/outdoor space with panoramic views to the east, south, and west. The terrace is wide, with glass rails, to frame a view of nothing but ocean.
The bottom stairs split the lowest floor into a master bedroom suite on the west side and the guest bedrooms and service rooms to the east.
The home also uses various ingenious sustainability measures. The white walls inside also reflect daylight to minimize powered illumination. The roof sports enough solar collectors to support almost all its electric needs. In addition, plumbing fixtures treat water as a precious commodity.
Take a look at the gallery above to see the space for yourself.
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