Casa Acantilado sits perched on a cliff that overlooks the Zihuatanejo bay on the Mexican West Coast.  It offers impressive and amazing ocean views and similarly, luxury living. 

If you’re not afraid of heights and want your mornings basked with the sun’s warm glow and waking up to the sound of waves crashing, then this villa is for you. The construction pays respect to its natural topography so it blends harmoniously with its rocky terrain. The concrete facade seems to appear chiseled out of the cliff while the palapa roof in palm leaves mimics the local vegetation surrounding the villa.

Moreover, Casa Acantilado uses wood on the floor of the covered veranda to add warmth to the monolithic exterior. Glazed walls, on the other hand, open the indoors to the outdoors for a continuous flow. This gives an open space feel and brings the outside views more dominantly inside. 

The main volume on top features an open-air room perfect for relaxation and entertainment. Tall concrete volumes that support a large thatched roof open up the space to the outside scenery. Meanwhile, an infinity pool nestled neatly along the concrete roof of the terrace looks out to the Pacific Ocean.

Casa Acantilado, designed by Zozaya Arquitectos, features bedrooms that look out to the amazing scenery. Each guest rooms feature folding glass doors and its own patio where you can soak up the sun in the morning and enjoy stargazing at night. The villa dominantly uses concrete and wood, with indoor plants to cohesively bring the outside in. 

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