Casa MM Casa was beautifully designed in Tapalpa, Jalisco, Mexico, where nature so lovingly surrounds the cities. Tapalpa is graceful with amazing mountains and a range of green forests that create a stream of colorful accents.
At first glance, the Casa MM Casa seems to be Elias Rizo Arquitectos were inspired by the idea of combining the natural wonders of stone with gorgeous woodwork throughout the home.
Starting with the exterior, natural stones create a visually striking appearance and a more private entrance. In addition, the stone gives exterior and interior walls a unique and special texture. The geometric architectural design is intended to convey a contemporary look in a brilliant way.
The floor-to-ceiling windows bring daylight into every room while preserving privacy in the house. The high ceilings and wooden ceilings reinforce the generous feeling of space in the living or sitting area as well as in other rooms of the house.
The architect added accent stone walls to almost every room in the house to create a distinctive modern interior. To add warmth to an already inviting environment, the designer has integrated wood fireplaces in bedrooms, living rooms and sitting areas.
Both the interior designer and the architect wanted to bring neutral blends of gray, beige and brown. Adding rustic living accents, carpets, lamps, and tables with bits of metal and wood shows how architects and interior designers envisioned the same flawless design.
A contemporary design with nature and its beauties as a source of inspiration from the moment you drive home.