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Chipicas Town Houses by Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Feb 12, 2013
Valle de Bravo, México, is the home of an amazing complex consisting of four houses, all sited around a beautiful and intimate private garden.
Exquisite natural wood defines the structures and their interiors, enhancing the sense that the houses "belong" to their breathtaking natural landscape.
The project, Chipicas Town Houses, was developed by the Mexican-based studio Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos.
Floor-to-ceiling windows, especially those in the bedrooms, offer unique perspectives on the surroundings, and the interiors are all really modern and clean.
Each of the four houses is structured on three levels. What is really amazing is that the houses "accommodate" roof gardens. Who wouldn’t want such an exotic home? Imagine watching the sky at dusk, as it turns from bright blue to deep black.
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