The 'G' House by Agraz Arquitectos Embraces its Surrounding Terrain

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: agrazarquitectos & freshome
For those dreaming of relocating to a warmer climate, the 'G' House located in Valle Real in Zapopan, Mexico is a dream destination. This contemporary abode was designed by the Mexican architecture firm 'Agraz Arquitectos.'

The G House takes into account all the little details that help to make this house functional, stylish and timeless. Ceiling slots allow for natural light to pour into this abode on those hot Mexican days, and a bold red accent wall helps to play off the balanced monochromatic interior. A marble pattern on the staircase further helps to make this home quite special and personalized.

Implications - Many consumers appreciate products that embrace small elements of boldness. Within mass culture many consumers may enjoy colorful designs, but these products quickly become aged and tiresome. Companies looking to create timeless products should incorporate small, tasteful colored elements -- like the G House does with a bold red accent wall.

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