Casa V by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

Designed in accordance with a unique topography and landscape in Mexico City, the Casa V was conceived in hopes of maximizing all available natural light. Exposed elements of concrete and wood mark the interior, which is intended to assure a low maintenance area that will age and develop its own unique patina. Bedrooms, bathrooms, a family room, and dressing rooms are laid out over three floors of the house. Magnifying the interior attraction, each wall was built in conformity with the movement of light during the day.

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