AUTHOR: Luciano Gerbilsky /Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
TYPE OF PROJECT: Residencial
LOCATION: Valle de Bravo, México
AREA: 1,200 m2
INTERVENTION: Arquitectura, Interiorismo y Paisajismo
This project is defined by two volumes –one social and the other private–. They are divided by an artificial river fed by a natural one that borders practically all the land. It is built with steel beams that allow wide spaces without columns, large windows and double-height ceilings.
On the access level, through a large door, a wall leads us to the interior living room and the dining room. We are welcomed by a life-size bull alebrije made by Oaxacan artisans Jacobo and Maria Angeles. On the left we find the interior kitchen made with parota, Spanish spider quartzite, natural woods and back splash made of stone.