Basic Valna House by JSa Architecture

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Jane Mullock
Jane Mullock
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Valna House was designed by JSa Architecture as a family home to satisfy the demands concerning space and comfort of at least four people.  The L-shaped house is located in a subdivision of Santa Fe in Mexico City and it was given this form in order to maximize the depth of the property by uniting the two gardens.

The color palette of the interior is based on the natural nuance of the materials used: exposed concrete, wood, oil, gray limestone and vegetation.

It doesn’t stand out with something special but it features all the utilities and safety a family needs. Let’s just call it “home”.

Photos by Rafael Gamo

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