The Bedolla house was designed in a complex topography terrain located between mountains and filled with large cedars and oaks. The stone and concrete walls clearly define the heart of the project: a linear courtyard that from the entry runs towards the small oak forest at the foot of the ravine.
P+0 Arquitectura is an architecture and construction firm formally established in Monterrey in 2013 after its start in Barcelona in 2011.
Its founder, David Pedroza Castañeda, is an Architect from the University of Monterrey with a Master's Degree in Structures from the Polytechnic Foundation of Catalonia.
LOCATION: Monterrey, Mexico
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This minimalist Mexico home resolves almost all the interior surfaces with natural concrete. The structural elements such as banked beams, retaining walls and stairs were left apparent; the polystyrene beam and vault roof, as well as the insulating panel loading walls are flattened with a fine, polished finish.
Casa Narigua was organized in three bodies according to their utility function, respectively, one body for the parking, garage and auxiliaries, a second body for bedrooms and intimate needs and the third body is designed for the kitchen and social area.