When you take a gander at a building with fantastic, smart structural engineering it is anything but difficult to perceive how a remodel could make a just took the ribbon off new, excellent space. Similarly, when you take a gander at a home that is outdated and maybe flimsy, you may need to immediately tear it down. In any case, in this Mexico City home, Ezequielfarca Architecture discovered something that laid in the middle. The structure was initially inherent the 1970’s and to them was to some degree a blemish. Be that as it may, would it say it was worth tearing down?
Regardless of its obsolete style, the engineering quality was there. Rather than beginning sans preparation, the group restored and revamped the space into something totally present day, exploiting the great parts of the home and repositioning those that were not exactly as great.
It is not hard to see the 1970’s impact in the cruel outside of the home. Slate dark tiles and a position of safety could without much of a stretch be off putting. That is the reason as a component of the redesign, a few dividers were uprooted to make space for floor to roof glass, which makes both the inside and outside all the more inviting by and large.
Native plantings around the exterior also make for a more palatable design and introduce an eco-friendly bent to the structure. Other sustainable elements include solar power and grey water reuse.
Of course, the Mexican climate is a key feature to embrace with any home in the region. Although the backyard may not have the same space as a larger home, a narrow pool and deck still make room for entertaining and relaxing.
The design also managed to bring the outdoors inside by ensuring that large glass doors slide open and let fresh air directly into the open living room as well as the bedroom that lies right off the pool.
In addition to eco design, the materials throughout create an overall earthy feel with dark neutrals and mossy greens alongside marble, stone, and wood.