The ‘Bosque Altozano Club House' by Parque Humano has no Front Wall

By: Annie Ho - Published: Jun 12, 2010   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: parquehumano & contemporist
Who knew that a missing wall could make this 'Bosque Altozano Club House' by Parque Humano more cool? This one-of-a-kind house is located valley of Montana Monarca in Morelia, Mexico.

I personally love this house because it has great architectural design and it's by a lake. What more can a person want? The open space of the 'Bosque Altozano Club House' by Parque Humano is made into a comfortable lounging place and it looks very visually appealing.

Implications - The building's lack of a front wall was designed to emphasize and optimize the hillside panoramic view. At the building's core lies a sloped celosia grid which is intended to distort this view at multiple angles and echo renaissance drawings. Essentially a massive stone mass with an opening, the house is a unique haven for the solitary soul. Stats for Missing Wall Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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