Casa GP is a residential building where the distribution of spaces is vital. Each area is connected in a way that lets the inhabitants live practically, and enjoy each room at the same time.The house features two main areas. The ground floor is composed by a common dining space, as well as a kitchen and a principal bedroom.
It also gives access to a wide backyard with a pool. Secondary bedrooms were designed on the upper level of the house, keeping in mind a practical and simple lifestyle. The facade is composed of clear and precise lines, contrasted with wooden finishings, including parts of the flooring and the interiors design.
There is a transparent quality to the building, achieved thanks to its wide windows, which also lets the inhabitants enjoy the landscape. Lighting plays an important role in this house as it helps to create a comfortable environment.
Architect: AE Arquitectos
Location: Jalisco, Mexico
Collaborator: Álvaro González Guerra
Interior Design: MUMO
Materials Flooring: Mafi
Lighting : Construlita
Construction: Calca Kitchen: Arc
Area: 650 sqm + 280 sqm sótano
Photographs: Lorena Darquea