Architect Delfino Lozano utilizes the principles of design and a smart layout arrangement to create a brightly lit home for a family. The traditional-style building is situated in a densely populated area in Guadalajara, Mexico. With the client's best interest in mind, Delfino Lozano modernizes the building by incorporating two patios — one at the rear and one that is central.
As a result, the structure transcends the limitations that are imposed by urbanism in densely populated areas. The two spatially open additions allow natural illumination to flow through the interior spaces, ultimately resulting in a brightly lit home. Not neglecting the beauty of traditional architecture, however, Delfino Lozano focuses on maintaining certain key aspects that offer a distinct cultural embellishment to the living abode.
Photo Credits: César Béjar
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