Luxury and nature in harmony
Vondom’s design collections are part of this stunning residential project in Mexico. A real luxury!
- Location Morelia, Mexico
- Architect Rrz Arquitectos
- Type Residential
- Collections Agatha, Bye Bye, Faz, Pal, Stones, Voxel
Casa la Roca is a luxurious and forward-looking project located in Morelia, Mexico. Its construction involved the architectural challenge of integrating the house harmoniously into a complex natural environment – mountains of solid rock.
In order to achieve this, two levels were constructed on stone while the third is suspended on a wall-column. The visual result simulates a suspension, as if the house were floating on air.
The house also involves a significant eco-friendly focus. It has a glazed facade which, along with its carefully considered orientation as regards the sun, means it takes full advantage of the light and heat so as to provide a natural heating system. In addition, it has a water recycling mechanism, solar panels and a complete home automation installation.
Vondom’s design collections project
Vondom too plays a part in this commitment to sustainability and elegance: several of our design collections are distributed throughout different parts of the house. Voxel by Karim Rashid adorns the large central dining room, as well as the terrace with its stunning panoramic views.
A large gym and 4 rooms are divided by a space which features a sofa, armchair and coffee table from the Stones Collection. Passage areas such as the hallways have been fit out with flowerpots from the Bye Bye Collection.
In essence, this is a project in which the utmost attention has been paid to every last detail and in which the finishes, colours and architecture have been carefully planned to ensure that “La Roca” lives up to its name, completely mimicking its surroundings.
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