The Coral House by Gerardo Ars architecture studio is a colorful design that stands out on the block. The owners wanted to something that was distinct in the neighborhood, but still met their needs. This house demonstrates how these needs can be met with just a few simple adjustments to traditional building designs.
The house is bright red in color, with basic shapes indented throughout the facade. Other than this, the overall shape is rectangular, fitting comfortably a family with one child. From the inside it's clear that the geometric indents on the outside are actually windows, allowing for plenty of light to seep through.
Located in Mexico, the Coral House shows how owners can stand out on the block, while still having all of their practical needs met. Photo Credits: designboom, designboom
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The Coral House Stands Out in the Neighborhood
- By: Jamie Danielle MunroJul 15, 2014