You'll definitely be drawn to Casa eR2, designed by em-estudio, located in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.
During the construction of this unusual house The house was built with open windows that let natural light and greenery permeate the house. It emphasized oneness with nature. The mansion has stunning views of the eucalyptus forests next to the property.
Three thin concrete slabs in the shape of a rectangle, which is the basis of this project. The building is located above ground level, thanks to which there is an area for a garage and beautiful treetops are visible.
The professionals here applied the principle of zoning and created a small courtyard in the middle, in which a fairly mature eucalyptus tree was preserved. The main entrance was also harmoniously decorated. The living room, located in the lower part of the structure, has a glass envelope, opening the occupants a delightful panorama and visually expanding the space to the forest. Facade architecture Above shows off the wooden bars on the windows. They were installed to protect the rooms from excessive sunlight and filter the light.
Kitchen and TV room connected to each other patio With a fountain. It flows seamlessly into the patio and blends into a single space adjacent to the forest.