House of the day: Casa Privada Arboledas by Factor Arquitectura

Casa Privada Arboledas by Factor Arquitectura
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This is one large private house. It was designed by Factor Arquitectura and it is set in Querétaro, Mexico. We especially like the exterior and interior lights which make the house look bright and welcoming night and day. Then here is the ceiling beam, the book shelves in the corners, the lively pale green dashes of color, the large glass walls and the amazing view of the city.

So to make the long story short, we actually find this house really nice. Maybe a bit too large for our taste, but still quite appealing. It is called the Casa Privada Arboledas.

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