The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro

The Barrancas House | An Island in Mexico City

The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro

Inside and Outside Intertwined In Impredictible Spaces

The Barrancas House by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño is a restored building from the seventies in Mexico City. The house was in no way attractive but had great spatial potential.

By using marble, stone, wood, together with neutral tones as dark green or chocolate the architects managed to integrate the exterior with the interior, creating an earthy, yet spacious feeling.

 

 

The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
Floor to ceiling windows let the exterior such as natural light, views to the woods become part of the interior without compromising the comfort and intimacy of the inhabitants.

 

The amenities for the inhabitants to enjoyinclude a home theater, a wine cellar, a gym, 2 terraces, a pool, garden and green areas.

The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
The Barrancas House comes with bay windows that open entirely.

 

The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
Discovering the house through the hallways, leads to multifunctional impredictible spaces achieved through movable screen walls and hidden doors.

 

The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
The Barrancas House in Mexico City by Ezequielfarca arquitectura y diseño. Photographs: Roland Halbe, Jaime Navarro
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