Architecture: Reyes Ríos x Larraín Studio - Climate Change House

Part beauty, part technological innovation, we all want that in our homes. Don't’ we? Extending their design portfolio, Reyes Ríos and Larraín Studio architects have designed this residential property in Mexico, where the company is based. The idea behind the design was to foster a socially inclusive atmosphere, which led to the centerpiece of the house, a large terrace that connects the home’s internal living spaces with a proportioned pool. 

The remainder is contained within a single-storey L-shaped floor plan, favorably oriented to ensure constant ventilation and daylight. The three main bedrooms all open onto landscaped courtyards in an effort to benefit from the surroundings.

The architects deliberately contrasted soft marble surfaces with hardwood flooring and cast walls using reinforced concrete to ensure that the home takes on a number of different appearances throughout the day, in accordance with the region’s climatic conditions.


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