T H E B E A C H H O U S E
When we talk about aesthetics, we refer to something good, beautiful, and pleasing. We are drawn to call it aesthetic (full of beautiful things). Aesthetics is closely related to art and the way we evaluate art based on parameters. The parameters used involve composition and proportion techniques. Definitions of aesthetics vary among experts, but the essence is the subjective nature of beauty that cannot be objectively measured. Today, aesthetics, according to some scholars, is widely seen not only as a space filled with beauty, but ugliness or imperfection is considered a value within aesthetics itself. Aesthetics encompasses various aspects and fields, and universally, every region and country in the world has its own aesthetics or distinctive artistic characteristics.
Aesthetics in architecture goes beyond form and function; it embraces art. Thus, architecture cannot be confined to points, lines, and planes but can evolve into an artistic beauty derived from cultural values, morals, life, history, etc. Being architectural means speaking the language of humans, meaning that an architectural design must be able to communicate about its own function and form. This can be manifested in the beauty of form and art.
Beauty is the radiance of truth. In essence, aesthetics in architecture embodied in buildings must be contextual and communicative. Contextual means it fulfills its essence as a vessel and function, communicative means it satisfies artistic and aesthetic elements, reflecting its function. In this design, the Jeghier Architect team attempts to create beauty with more dynamic and flexible lines, breaking away from rigidity."