Mexican architecture firm Central de Arquitectura are the ones behind this beautiful home located in the western side of Mexico City in the Bosques Of The Lomas area. The design is centered around two overlapping rectangular prisms which for a cantilevered “L” shape. The design office provides the following breakdown of the program within the 3-story house: “The underground floor has a parking garage for six cars. The ground floor is where all the semi-public activities take place. Here you will find all services, a family room with T.V. living room, kitchen, eating hall and a small deck for a BBQ outside. The first level has a king-size bedroom, two smaller twin bedrooms with independent bathrooms and dressers and a forth bedroom with a private bathroom and dressing room, as well as a living room and small study.” To learn more about the work of Central de Arquitectura be sure to visit their website at CentralDeArquitectura.com.
A Tale Of Two Prisms: Check Out The Gorgeous “La Punta House” Of Mexico City’s Bosques Of The Lomas
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