Living Published by Amanda Holguin, Sunday, October 02nd 2016, 08:14:44 AM.
In tropical regions as in Mexico, it’s kind of hard to find an environmentally friendly house. The plants on the tropical area mostly are crops. Those plants can’t be planted in the back yard, right? But actually, if you go to Meurida, Yucatan, Mexico, you will find this kind of house called Casa Q. This private house was designed by Augusto Quijano Arquitectos with exotic view and eco‐friendly design. That is the picture of the house that was taken from front view of the house. The house looks exotic because of the environmentally house designs that using stone walls and the types of trees that you can only find in the tropical region. This house is L‐Shaped house, which is divided into two areas of the house. The public area in the north is the area that contained living room, kitchen, and dining room. From this area, you can see the lake and the golf course from inside the house. The private area is in the south, this area contains three bedrooms and three bathrooms with additional greenery from the yard outside the area.
This house is mostly using wooden ceilings, uneven stones for the walls, and marble stones as the floors. For the windows, the designers are using big transparent windows that can allow people inside the house to enjoy greenery from inside the house. Since it is a big house, each room in this house is spacious. The designers combine the spacious room with modern yet elegant design, white color, wood color, and grey color is dominating the design of the house.
This house is so great with open terrace in each side of the house. You can enjoy your tea time in the morning and see the sun rise, or savor your snacks in the afternoon and see the sun set. This house is suitable for family. The designers do a good job to makes house environmentally friendly in the tropical region.
“All rooms ought to look as if they were lived in, and to have so to say, a friendly welcome ready for the incomer.” William Morris
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