This September 16th, we celebrate 200 years of independence, 200 years of being proud of being Mexican and calling this beautiful land our home.
In honor of our bicentennial celebration, we want to show you 5 of the most impressive houses that have been designed by acclaimed Mexican architects.
Each of the following properties combines our essence with the creativity and personal vision of the wonderful architects who designed them.
So, without further ado, here are 5 extraordinary properties designed by Mexican architects.
Casa Colegios, designed by Diego Villaseñor Ciudad de México
- This beautiful property located in a quiet corner of Jardines del Pedregal allows you to admire the surroundings of a wonderful garden, full of lush trees, overlooking green spaces that make you feel in an oasis of tranquility within the City.
The main house has 3 bedrooms with bathrooms and closets, all with great taste and personality, all the woodwork is designer made by talented craftsmen.
The land of the house is exceptional, due to its location and uniformity, it is also located in a block full of ancient trees that make a very privileged natural environment. It has 4 parking spaces, entrance through two different streets and utility rooms.
Casa Nostra, designed by Karla Fentanés GuIérrez Monterrey
- Designed under bioclimatic and sustainable criteria for the best thermal conditioning, This unique property seeks to mix a colorful and lively environment with self-sufficiency and protection of the environment.
The house was built with low energy consumption electrical installation, daytime natural lighting, natural humidity control, use of local materials and low emissions of volatile organic compounds.
The house has 3 bedrooms with a full bathroom and a closet each, as well as a dark room to develop photographs and a wine cellar with space for 3000 boRles. This is undoubtedly a unique residence.
Ave del Risco, designed by Sixto Langarica Dávila Colima
- With a unique and avant-garde design, dominating the landscape with its bright colors, “Casa Ave del Risco” emerges, located more than 65 meters above the cliff; inviting us to rest on its terraces and walk through the gardens accompanied by the sound of birds. With an ecological inclination, Casa Ave del Risco, has a stream from a nearby spring, as an inexhaustible source of water for its own enjoyment and use. The property has multiple and fresh terraces, with unparalleled panoramic views intertwined with the interior spaces of pure lines and high windows of the house, highlighting its comfortable rooms connected by illuminated corridors and large common areas.
Villa Bahía del Espíritu Santo, designed by Sordo Madaleno Playa del Carmen
- This luxurious contemporary beachfront residence, designed in collaboration with the prestigious architectural firm Sordo Madaleno, has 2,125 m2 of construction, 22 meters of beachfront, 7 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms and spectacular ocean views. A tropical wood path winds through lush trees to the main entrance that opens to a view of the ocean. The path continues inland, passing sand-white marble walls that intermingle and seem to spring naturally from the 7 interior gardens with limestone rocks and endemic vegetation. The whole house has a very organic feel that makes it blend into the landscape.
Casa de la Hoja, designed by Francisco ArIgas Ciudad de México
- In the best land of Hacienda Santa Fe, surrounded by large trees, jungle vegetation and a mixture of textures and shades of green we find this majestic dream house. The entrance is a light-filled visual spectacle with a lobby surrounded by art. An incredible area full of spaces, a stylish office and a wonderful living room that shares a fireplace with the iconic terrace with access and views of the garden. The terrace, full of charm, has a living room and dining room that see the sky with an automated roof that opens and closes according to the weather, time and moment to enjoy moments that will never be forgoRen, laughter and funny stories.
Our journey through the different styles and amazing creativity of these 5 Mexican architects has come to an end. We hope you liked our list. For now let's continue celebrating our 200 years of independence.
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