The 2011 Casa la Roca

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Casa la Roca was completed in 2011 by the Parque Humano Studio. Situated in Valle de Bravo, Mexico State, Mexico, the residence impresses with its unique and contemporary architecture.

It was built on a triangular plot, and it comprises two volumes connected by a bridge and separated by a garden. The first two-story volume includes the living and dining space, the kitchen and the bedrooms, while the second volume features a working studio oriented towards the inner court.

The architects focused on the interior-exterior relation, and the sloping slabs and walls are the ones which create the effect of continuity and connection. The house offers magnificent views of Cerro Gordo´s Natural Reserve and the surrounding wildlife.

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