The use of natural light, which enters
through a set of perforations.

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Project details

Casa MI

Through use of materials like stone, wood, and concrete, this project is a contemporary interpretation of a more traditional architectural style. It is a house that intends to awaken the senses by creating spaces that allow contact with nature in every space of the house.

The use of terraces and corridors, as well as a distribution that invites the garden to become a part of the home’s interior, is intended to generate transitional spaces in which one can control the climatic impact, and thus live in harmony with the environment.

  • Date : 2013-2014
  • Area : 547 m2
  • Location : Santa Ana, San José, C.R.