With the Casa eR2 by em-estudio, there's somewhat of a symbiotic relationship that is created between the exterior natural world and the brutal concrete aesthetic that the interior expresses.
The home is located in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico and is rather eclectic in styling; the various design choices have a certain 70s charm that can be associated with the concrete structure that holds them. Although it is rather sharply shaped, the Casa eR2 by em-estudio helps to balance the brutalism style with a distinct focus on greenery. The kitchen leads off onto the patio that features abundant shrubbery, which shines a little lighthearted ambience into the space.
Although the Casa eR2 by em-estudio is indeed an allover stunning creation, my favorite aspect is the sunken living area that looks ready for entertaining.
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