The Go House is a comfortable and spacious home that was completed in 2014 by Agustin Landa Ruiloba. It can be found in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and it provides irreproachable living conditions to its lucky inhabitants even though it was built on a budget. The ground floor includes a welcoming living area that incorporates the dining room, kitchen and living room, all of which feature high-end amenities and facilities. This level also boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors that blur the limits between the indoor and outdoor areas.
The bedroom volume can be found on top of a special steel structure that extends over the garden and provides support for a pergola made out of wood. The abode is entered via a staircase that is flanked by exposed block walls.
The Go House flaunts a certain degree of sustainability, especially as far as thermal comfort is concerned. Due to its convenient orientation and numerous windows, the abode benefits from natural cooling and does not require much air conditioning, which is why it uses very little power.