Three Level Home Displaying High-End Contemporary Interiors: House La Punta
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Three Level Home Displaying High-End Contemporary Interiors: House La Punta

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House La Punta was designed by Central De Arquitectura and displays a rich and inspiring diversity. We recently received a project description from the architects which we would like to share further: ” The plot of land is located in the western side of Mexico City in Bosques of the Lomas, looking to the northeast towards the street. Its total surface is 875.00m² .The project is composed of two rectangular prisms placed one over the other making an “L” shape. The house has tree levels organized as follows. The underground floor is a parking garage for six. The grownd floor is where all the semipublic activities take place. Here you will find all services, a family room with T.V. living room, kitchen, eating hall and a small deck for a BBQ outside. The first level has a king-size bedroom, two smaller twin bedrooms with independent bathrooms and dressers and a forth bedroom with bathroom and dresser of his own, a living room as well as a small study“. Enjoy the photos and get inspired!

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  • [...] Designed by Central De Arquitectura, the House La Punta has three levels that add to the charm. While the ground floor houses space for semipublic activities, a family room with TV living room, kitchen, eating hall and a small deck for a BBQ outside, the first level holds within itself a king-size bedroom, two smaller twin bedrooms with independent bathrooms. A fourth bedroom and bathroom, plus a dresser, a living room and a small study complete the maximum utilization of space. [...]

  • [...] L-shaped house floor plans are a great way to maximize outdoor views while providing private alfresco living space. This Mexican modern architecture designed by Central De Arquitectura makes the most of its lush surroundings and offers interiors with a contemporary style. This concrete and glass house puts living on three levels – a trio of low-profile volumes stacked one atop the other. The semi-sunken lower level features walk-outs that flood them with natural light, eliminating the buried feeling typical to basements. The upper two levels are stacked in an L-shape, with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall of the house overlooking the private courtyard. The main floor features the public living spaces including the kitchen dining area, living room with a walk-out to an outdoor entertaining area. Upstairs, private areas include the bedrooms, bathrooms, dressing areas, a living area and study. Central De Arquitecturavia Freshome [...]