Located in Costa Rica, Central Pacific, the MC1 residence by Robles Architects has been appointed a rigorously chosen website, out of dedication to the surroundings.
The sturdy supplies help recycling and power saving, all of the whereas complying with the vernacular structure.
The focus of this deeply tropical, unique and lightweight-flooded residence is the grand construction of large and rustic intertwined pillars and beams. Along with the massive glass panels, this brilliant and ethereal construction, supporting the large-eaved picket roof, encloses the 2 story atrium-like front room, the core of the home. The residence is about in a nest of opulent vegetation wildly casting their shadow play into the glass field dwelling space. Opening in the direction of the pool, with nature in all places inside the home and past the ethereal glass partitions, MC1 is like having a type of tropical sea pavilions in your home and being on a everlasting trip.
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