The CH House by GLR Arquitectos, a Mexican firm, is a stunning example of contemporary architecture that has managed to maintain many touches of nature in not-so-obvious ways. First of all, the dining area appears to be set in a cavernous corner. Yet the rock face is simply enjoyed through ceiling to floor windows. It was preserved from the original gardens.
Located in Garza Garcia, Mexico, the CH House by GLR Arquitectos also echoes nature through a flood of natural lighting as well as specific artworks strewn throughout. Composed mainly of gray exposed concrete, gray oak wood and the black granite facades, the interior might seem strict and stark at first, but it is clear that a lot of care and character was put into its design.
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