The Prado House features 2,098 square feet of living space and is located in Zapopan, JAL, Mexico. Masterfully designed by CoA arquitectura and Estudio Macías Peredo, this welcoming abode was completed in 2012 and impresses with quality materials, fine finishes and luxurious living conditions. The architects that were in charge of the designing process are named Magui Peredo Arenas, Salvador Macías Corona, Diego Torres Guízar and Francisco Gutiérrez Peregrina, while those responsible for the construction were Francisco Gutiérrez Peregrina and Diego Torres Guízar.
This residence is actually the centerpiece of a large courtyard, which means that many of its rooms benefit from direct access to the outdoors. The Prado House is surrounded by patios and vegetation, but even though the courtyard that encircles it is definitely impressive, the main highlights of this modern home can be found on the inside.
A spacious kitchen equipped with contemporary appliances, a staircase that connects the 2 levels and warm ambient lighting systems are just some of the most amazing aspects of the incredible Prado House. As far as the façade is concerned, we can tell you that it features a series of ironwork and crystal enclosures that contrast nicely with the rugged appearance of the concrete walls.