With a secure palette of wood, stone and metal, Casa Gozu blends into the Colombian landscape by mimicking its surroundings.
Local design firm OPUS designed the home with two structures that are joined with a glass-walled walkway, allowing guests to look out onto the scenery. Using a v-shape, the home features common areas that face the east while all of the private rooms and guest rooms look towards the west. Using a natural and earth-like palette, the design team created an interior with floor-to-ceiling windows to offer a constant connection to the surrounding scenery.
Adding multiple terraces to the Casa Gozu created outdoor living spaces that are just a luxurious as the interior, creating a flowing indoor/outdoor living style.
Image Credit: OPUS
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