Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Architecture Wednesday: A Home on El Cerro de Chipinque

This is a big house—some 10,000 square feet—located next to the northern crest of “El Cerro de Chipinque” in the Sierra Madre Mountains in Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

It’s quite modern and boxy, with gardens and pools and vistas beyond imagination, with fountains and waterfalls. The interiors are flooded with light, from windows and walls of glass that open to make the inside spaces one with the outside spaces.

It looks like a hike from the driveway to the house, but once you get there, you can relax in luxury and views.


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3 comments:

Deedles said...

Sort of looks like a futuristic prison.

the dogs' mother said...

Loverly views!

mistress maddie said...

I'm a fickle queen. You'd think this would be too modern for me, but I actually love this and the interior also. I could spend all day in just the living room.