An elegant nod to the architecture firm’s 10-year anniversary, Mexico-based creatives Agraz Arquitectos have recently completed the build of the aptly titled “House X” outside of Jalisco, Mexico. Somewhat of an extension of previous work from the same firm, House X is situated on the corner block adjacent to a previous build that allowed them to further tell a story through their unique architecture and defined angular exterior facades. The exterior of the home appears decidedly linear as stark concrete and white walls play into the vertical linework while expansive windows break apart the solitary wall space. Garage services and parking for the home are offered below ground to effectively guise the automobiles from view — an element that furthers House X’s minimalist appeal.
Somewhat of a juxtaposition between the exterior aesthetic, the interior of the home is defined by comfortable wood walls that provide a warm environment. Hints of understated marble and stone also play a roll in the flooring throughout the multi-story home. House X is a welcome blend of contemporary architecture that infuses subtle construction qualities to provide a comfortable living space for its dwellers.