Modern Barrancas House in Mexico City by EZEQUIELFARCA architecture and design
Rebuilding and redesign of a 1970’s home in Mexico City. The first home was ugly; be that as it may, Farca saw that the structural engineering’s nature gave great spatial potential.
Modernizing the space, the venture group made snippets of disclosure all through the home, and exploited the home’s perspectives towards the neighboring woods. Floor to roof glass attracts characteristic light and edges the outside perspective without bargaining the solace and closeness of the tenants. The home’s new passages lead to multifunctional spaces accomplished through portable screen dividers, shrouded entryways, and huge expanses with operable cove windows.
Courtesies incorporate a home theater, a wine basement, a rec center, two patios, a pool, greenery enclosure and extra green space. The home components a programmed lighting framework and custom furniture all through.
The scene highlights locally proper plantings with a green rooftop and green dividers. Feasible components additionally incorporate sunlight based force and a dim water reuse framework.
Composition and materials incorporate marble, stone and wood consolidated with impartial, gritty hues, for example, dull green and chocolate which tie the insides with the home inside.
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