*멕시코 직육면체의 주택-[ Abraham Cota Paredes ] Cave House

멕시코 건축가 아브라함 코타 파레 데스 (Arara Cota Paredes)는 과달라하라 (Guaralajara)의 가족을 위해 The Cave라는 주택을 설계했다.
이 지역의 핫스팟이 된 이 집은 흰색으로 폐쇠된 직육면체의 형태를 취하고 돌벽에 큰 창문을 했다. 거주자의 프라이버시 유지를 위해 거리에 면한 3층 주택의 벽에는 입구가 거의 없다. 그렇지만 하나는 오목한 입구로 긴 틈새의 형태를 하고 있고 다른 하나는 위층 창으로 이어진다.

Behind the white walls of this house in Mexico, architect Abraham Cota Paredes has carved out a courtyard and added a huge window to offer views of a tree planted inside.

The Mexican architect designed The Cave for a family living in Guadalajara, a city in Mexico's Jalisco state that has become a hotspot for young architects.

The home takes the form of a white "enclosed cuboid", which is raised on a stone-walled base and is accessed by a pair of stone steps.


The three-storey residence has few openings on the street-facing wall to maintain the resident's privacy. However, one forms the indented entrance an extends into a long slit, while the other is an upper floor window.

Instead, light is brought inside through a huge window that spans two floors at the rear of the residence.

It overlooks a secluded courtyard that is carved out of two levels, with steps leading from the upper garden to a lower patio.



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