House to See the Sky by Abraham Cota Paredes
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House to See the Sky by Abraham Cota Paredes

Located in the foothills of the spring forest in the city of Guadalajara Mexico, the House to See the Sky is a two-storey single family home looks like a open pavilion with an indoor green garden.

Architects: Abraham Cota Paredes
Location: Guadalajara, Mexico
Photographs: Onnis Luque

© Onnis Luque

A concrete wall divides the outer area, providing privacy to the house, seeking to create an internal environment that gives you the feeling of freedom and contact with nature easy.
 

© Onnis Luque

© Onnis Luque

The white wall flying over the garden hugging the patio, defines the view, with the intention that turning up alive.

CIPEA 4# House / AZL Architects

Inspiration from architects:

The project is an evolution of the concept of the screen wall, an idea arising from the exercise of homes in gated communities, where the search for privacy and wealth of interior space, cause a mechanism of introspection.


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