Oh boy, would sipping some cervezas seaside hit the spot right about now. We’ve stumbled across a beautiful, if brutal, surf-focused getaway in Mexico. Minutes from the beach, your own private pool, an art gallery aesthetic… what’s not to love?
Located in Puerto Escondido (a seaside town in the province of Oaxaca), CASA WO is a standalone vacation home designed by Ludwig Godefroy, whose work has been featured in publications like Dezeen. Known for angular spaces and the use of concrete, Godefroy employs a sort of new brutalism using traditional Mexican aesthetics.
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CASA WO is a great example of this spirit. At once open and sheltered, the luxury beach house offers a series of interconnected spaces, dominated by the open-air pool that doubles as an entryway to the majority of the house’s more functional rooms.
Which, by the way, are pretty robust. Not just for looks, the home offers 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a full kitchen, and both a living and dining room. So, while you’ve got ample options for dining out in the town, we have to recommend at least one night in, to enjoy all that the home has to offer.
Speaking of staying in, the home also features a beautiful rooftop garden above the pool, which is the perfect place to kick back with a couple of drinks and take in the sunset. Head down to the beach, catch a few waves, maybe a little something to eat, then return to a world-class house to enjoy the rest of the night… Yeah, that sounds pretty great to us.
For those looking for something that’s a little more refined than an all-inclusive resort in Cabo, we think this surf getaway in Mexico is a perfect option. Click here to learn more about the property, and maybe book a stay for yourself!
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