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Designed by Fernando Velasco and Paola Morales, of Mexico City-based mostly multi-disciplinary studio AS/A asociación de diseño, Casa Alta was constructed as a weekend home on a steep slope with majestic views of the valley. Situated on a M,500 sq. meter plot of land, the construction is made up of 6m x 6m modules stacked on prime of each other to make up three ranges.
With a difficult lot to work with, they wanted to construct as much as accommodate 108 sq. meters (1162 sq. ft) of dwelling area with a further roof deck to benefit from the views.
The exterior staircase that takes guests from the outside platform to the doorway of the home is parallel to the land, the identical as the inside stairs are.
Each layer of the home presents totally different views of the environment, whether or not it’s from the home windows or the outside areas.
A lengthy rectangular pool sits decrease on the property at its personal degree.
The facade was impressed by digital pointillism and truly depicts a digitalized picture of a tree that may be seen from a distance. Up shut, it appears like a random sample of circles.
The home was designed as a vertical block with a stacked staircase connecting the flooring. The decrease degree homes the kitchen and eating room, the center or entry degree has the lounge, and the highest degree accommodates a bed room and full rest room.
The inside is stored pretty impartial as to not compete with the luxurious panorama that’s framed with the ground-to-ceiling home windows.
Photos by Rafael Gamo.