ChicHaus included Casa Puebla on its 224th edition January 2018.
Casa Puebla is based on an inside life concept where the visual and recurring motif is the Popocatépetl volcano, one of the most important natural icons in central Mexico.
The color and material palette followed a range that intended to merge the residence with its context, as an implicit homage to the volcano. The volume is generated with the intersection of two rectangular volumes, forming an "L" shaped structure. When approaching the house you can perceive a blind and private exterior, with a solid character that does not allow to see towards the interior. However, when entering the residence, a fluid and continuous space is experienced, which opens to the landscape, diluting the boundaries between exterior and interior.
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