Built in 2014 with utmost attention to detail by a team of skilled architects from LGZ Taller de Arquitectura, the Ming House is a fine example of contemporary architecture that can be found in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The architects that were in charge of this fabulous project are named Oscar Fdo. Mendoza L and Lena de la Torre, and they collaborated with Jimena García and Laura Javier in order to make this amazing home a reality.
Flaunting 2,766 square feet of living space as well as tall roofs, this home gives off a sense of spaciousness and comfort, and it also benefits from a direct connection to the outdoor environment thanks to its generously-sized windows and skylights, both of which allow plenty of natural light to flow throughout the main living areas. The interiors were decorated and furnished masterfully in order to create a contrast between the crisp white of the walls and the warm wood tones of the furniture pieces, decks and art objects.
The residence even boasts a posterior garden that features local plants such as oak trees, shrubs and grasses, which form an beautiful green wall that can be admired from an interior patio.
Photos by Jorge Taboada