by Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro FULLSCREEN

    The Barranca House in Mexico City

    1. March 2016

    The Barranca House in Mexico City has recently been restored and expanded by architect Ezequiel Farca and received some serious upgrades. Perched upon a slope in the Mexican neighborhood Lomas de Chapultepec and completely surrounded by nature, the house offers beautiful views towards the woods. There are a living and a dining room on the first floor, that open onto the terrace. The second floor functions as multipurpose space. On the third floor, there is a master bedroom, a master bathroom, a breakfast area and a swimmingpool.
    A variety of materials have been used to create this stunning single family house, e.g. marble, stone, wood, together with neutral tones to create a fluent transition between interior and exterior. The amenities include a home theater, a wine cellar, a gym, 2 terraces, a pool, garden and green areas, a solar energy system and a automatized water saving system.

    Architects: EZEQUIELFARCA arquitectura y diseño
    Location: Mexico City
    Design Team: Ezequiel Farca, Cristina Grappin, Fernanda de la Mora.
    Area: 720.0 sqm
    Year: 2014
    Photography: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro

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