A green house from Mexico
The Barrancas House project from the studio EZEQUIELFARCA was the result of the restoration of a house built in the 70’s in the capital of Mexico – Mexico City. The “Green house” area have 720 square meters. The whole project is designed with attention to detail having the desire to amaze. Architects used also the location of the house including natural elements of the environment, such as natural light and views of the forest becoming part of the interior through panoramic windows installed. Natural materials like marble and wood, combined with neutral colors, from dark green to the color of chocolate, create a sense of unity and unlimited space interior and exterior.
For comfort the owners, the “Green house” provides a home theater, wine cellar, exercise room, 2 terraces, pool, garden and green area. The project have also an unique “green” roof and walls, installed energy-efficient panels and water-saving solar energy. The architects managed to achieve a multi functional space by installing movable partitions and hidden doors and furniture, specially the door from all the rooms. All of this presented by Roland Halbe.