Carrara House by Andres Remy Arquitectos
Situated on an unpredictable part, the house sits at the back of the parcel and is parallel to one of the roads to open the best introduction and catch the best perspectives. The thought of this adventure was to find the passage as we take after the outside stone divider.
The rural and created stone characterizes and isolates the passage zones from the living spaces and is inside and outside, proposing a counterpoint to the unadulterated white that commands within the house.
A visually impaired and suggestive passage makes an in number impact on the house. The white of the carrara marble commands the inside construction modeling. With the white dividers and roofs, the house seems to emerge from inside of the water. The touches of shading are utilized for little subtle elements and embellishing articles, commanding the white shading and the turquoise of the water.
The water that encompasses the house infiltrates it as the reflected surface of the water whose oddity results in the inside course that rises up out of the top floor and falls while painting reflections by means of a sheet of glass. This mirror of water is replicated outside obscuring the limits somewhere around one and the other. At last, rising up out of the lobby container of the top floor, the glass course depletes musically into and through the heart of the ground floor. These components give the venture the particular characteristic of Remy–bold, imaginative and maybe provocative, however constantly one of a kind.