Instead of tearing down and hurting the surrounding landscape to build the Casa Narigua in Northern Mexico, P+0 Architecture decided to work with this naturalistic setting. The designers used a cantilevered look for the home, and raised the entire building up so as not to interfere with the natural vegetation. Moreover, the coloring of the house blends in perfectly with the landscape, making the structure look less like a man-made design.
As expected, the views from the house are absolutely stunning. The abode is literally in the middle of nowhere, set in the midst of the mountains of Mexico. While for some this could get lonely, others will appreciate its secluded nature, as well as the pool on the top balcony area with views of the surroundings.
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