Casa CH by GLR Arquitectos

By Jessica • 34 mins ago

Casa CH is a residential project found in Garza Garcia, Mexico.

It was designed by GLR Arquitectos.


Casa CH by GLR Arquitectos:

“In a privileged site occupied by an previous and obsolete house , we encounter a dilemma: renovate or demolish this kind of house in order to make way for a new residential undertaking . In conjunction with the client we make a decision to go for the latter different and go ahead with the demolition, adjusting the topography in accordance to the new scheme, which will seek to advantage from the great city views.

The rear garden nearly disappears, leaving only a narrow contemplative garden, which acquires a really particular character due to a gorgeous unique current rock.

The kitchen, breakfast area, household area and master bedroom enjoy this visual impact. In the direction of the front of the residence, a massive semi-covered terrace is created all around an infinity pool, which makes us forget for a second the urban situation of the undertaking, thanks to the big green locations of a park just in front of the house, which visually joins the massive greenery of the Nation Club golf program.

Inside the home, a massive double height living space with a set of exposed concrete skylights gets the heart of the undertaking, due to the intriguing impact of the managed organic light that floods the whole spot. All around such area, the bedrooms, decks, home theater, and home workplace full the plan.

In the last level , this kind of property office enjoys the splendid views of the city, in addition to getting visually linked by means of a big window towards the double height living area, obtaining a condition of wonderful transparency and providing the sensation of getting a floating bridge more than the terrace.

The components, primarily the gray exposed concrete , the gray oak wood and the black granite facades, as properly as the indoor and outdoor white stucco , contribute to the undertaking a both refined and modern character.”

Photographs by: Jorge Taboada

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