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Custom Furniture and a World of Diverse Textures Greets You at Casa Milan

There are times when you need to find that ideal balance between modernity and vernacular design and occasions when you can overload on the former while ignoring the latter. The owners of Casa Milán were keen on incorporating the unique identity of the city of Xalapa while ensuring that contemporary ergonomics and comfort were never sacrificed. BCA Taller de Diseño achieved this by creating a cool indoor-outdoor interplay that relies on abundance of natural light and a neutral color scheme. Custom wooden décor placed throughout the house adds to its unique appeal.

Fabulous use of Moooi Non Random Lights in the dining room and kitchen

A collection of different materials gives the home plenty of visual and textural contrast with the confluence of stone, wood concrete and glass. Features like the half red clay table and bespoke furniture that also doubles as room divider create an exceptional interior with each room flowing into the next. Removing the walls on the first floor and creating more open, linear space also give the new interior a spacious, cheerful look. With a space-savvy basement level and serene outdoor space, this modern Mexican home surprises you at every turn. [Photography: Marcos Betanzos]

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Open plan living area of Casa Milán that is lit up in natural light
Custom furniture used as divider inside Casa Milan
Wood and metal give the interior plenty of textural contrast
Natural oak wood volume inside the home steals the spotlight
Generously illuminated deck of the house with natural finishes

BCA Design Workshop took special care to take advantage of natural light. It caused the light to disperse gently bathe the main textures. The lighting is resolved with simple luminaires, giving greater weight to the effect caused on the surfaces. The lighting design is inspired by the fireflies, haze, and crafts of Xalapa to give the interior an emotional charge.

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Gorgeously illuminated space outside the contemporary Mexican home
Exposed brick wall exterior of the modern home
Wooden floating vanity inside the contemporary bathroom with stone countertop
Wood stone, glass and concrete give the home a unique facade
Basement floor plan of Casa Milan
Floor plan of Casa Milan

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Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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