It was just a couple of days ago that we brought you the stunning Houze Maza from Valle of Bravo in Mexico, and today we revisit the region to look at another amazing holiday retreat that promises an equally mesmerizing experience. Designed by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos, Casa L is for those who love a balanced blend of natural goodness and interiors that borrow from the trendy industrial style. Built across an area of 1,117 meters, the contemporary house features three expansive levels that offer unobstructed views of the refreshing green canopy outside. Functional and versatile at every level, Casa L is green in more ways than one.
Unlike many other contemporary getaways, Casa L takes a completely different approach toward the design of the interior. Comprised of materials such as raw casted cement, granite and recovered wood, this residence showcases plenty of textural contrast, even if the color scheme seems a touch monochromatic at times. The decor is still kept largely modern, and there seems to be greater emphasis placed on the exterior than on the interior. Large glass walls, sweeping windows and swivel doors blur the lines between the expansive wooden deck outside and the large living room. Posh outdoor furniture and cool lighting ensure that you have a great time here, even after sunset.
The use of concrete and stone also keeps the gorgeous Casa L a lot cooler during the hot summer months and helps cut down on the energy bills. The use of reclaimed wood is obviously another sustainable feature of the house that captures your attention. Exclusive and exceptional, it is a holiday residence that allows you to reconnect with nature!
Valle of Bravo, in the estate of Mexico, is famous for its lake and the wonderful landscape that surrounds it. Its privileged location and the good climate all year long has turned it into a favorite destination for weekends and holidays homes. House L is a great example of the new projects that have been developed in the area.