Solid Casa Reforma by Central De Arquitectura


We don’t know about you but we would love to live in Mexico. One of the reasons is the following house that pleasantly surprised us. The Casa Reforma located in Mexico City, Mexico, was completed in 2010 by Mexican studio Central De Arquitectura.

The concept borrowed the geometry and the urban image of the site, unifying themin a tectonic volume.

These volumes give access to the house, floating above clear water.  Its structure is made out of steel and concrete providingit a massive feature.

This project was built in order to satisfy the client’s broad needs, consisting in private and service areas, outdoor areas, amenities and recreation. The interior was designed to emanate harmony, that’s why there’s a distinguishable interaction between the materials and the furniture chosen.

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