Andrés Stebelski Arquitecto Designs a Courtyard-Clad Utopia in Mexico City

 - May 27, 2015
References: asarquitecto & hypebeast
Andrés Stebelski Arquitecto has done it again with a hidden hillside paradise in Mexico City that is sure to make for a very happy homeowner. Nestled behind a six meter-high perimeter wall inspired by the colonial era, the famed architect has built a home that blends so serenely to its surroundings, even its proprietors may need a map to locate it.

But inside, the large-scale property boasts many surprises including two floors that house four courtyards and traditional interior spaces, including three bedrooms, each with their own dressing room and bathroom!

Andrés Stebelski Arquitecto's innovative design has everything you need for the luxury lover who lives to escape -- with interiors and exteriors that melt together tastefully with floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doorways. And with the lush rooftop garden surrounded by a sun room, it's hard to imagine why anyone would ever leave.