House of Stone Blends Raw Fabrication With Wide-Open Views
Three stories of spacious luxury.
Architect Jorge Hernández de la Garza, one half of HERNANDEZDELAGARZA, unveils his latest build, the rugged House of Stone in Mexico City. The three floor residency offers a rugged facade in tune with the environment, along with contemporary interior design and plenty of windows for a variety of vantage points.
A three-story build, House of Stone boasts spacious floor plans, with a spacious first level, a garden-adjacent second floor, and seemingly levitating third story. A rear yard is boxed in by a 15-meter-high rock wall, while a side stairwell grants access to the spacious environs surrounding the property. Complementing the scenery and sturdy stone fabrication, the interior of the home emphasizes the organic nature of the structure, showcasing wood panelling, large glass windows and modern metal framework.
Scope the expansive structure above and learn more about his firm’s designs on HERNANDEZDELAGARZA’s website. On the other end of the spectrum, check out the Disappear Retreat’s minimal design, situated amidst snowy terrain.
- Arch Daily