In Mexico in a city called Zapopan sits a three-story home from the 1970s recently remodeled. The project titled ‘Casa A690’ was done by Mexican architect Delfino Lozano who mixes the materials used from home in the Mediterranean and Mexico has created a style he named “Mexiterrean.” The home sits on a rectangular ground floor with two blocks on top giving the structure a box appearance. The outside walls are painted white and the roof is covered by terracotta tiles.
Inside the floor changes throughout the home, sometimes be the concrete base of the home and other times its beautiful dark stained hardwood flooring. Keeping the style modern the rooms are tall and open with concrete walls and large windows curving at the top to allow in natural light. The home also comes with built-in cabinets and a wooden staircase/shelf that matches the beautiful hardwood. The dining and sitting room has a sliding glass door that opens up into the grassy courtyard in the middle of the home.
Delfino’s approach to the design is of this home is remarkable. The way the two styles of architecture and materials flow together so seamlessly to create one gorgeous and unique modern home.
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