The Wave House by A-cero Architects in Dominican Republic
“The stone of exterior Coralline interferes inside to offer visual continuity… The exterior sensation – interior ends up by getting lost putting the gardens inside the house.
Interiors are proposed with furniture designed by A-cero claiming a certain simplicity inside the big interior spaces.The stone of exterior Coralline interferes inside to offer visual continuity, in addition to there is this material much adapted for the warm present climate the whole year. The whole housing one can say that it is opened on the outside in practically all his fronts, with big practicable large windows. The exterior sensation – interior ends up by getting lost putting the gardens inside the house.
‘’ (via A-cero)
- Casa Meztitla is an intervention of a natural scenario. It showcases the
luxurious value of leisure, the tropical weather, the intense sunlight,
the smells of nature, the over 500 year-old landscaped terraces and the
ever-present rock mountain: El Tepozteco. It is context in itself. The
house, built out of rough stone, crawls low under the trees, aligned
with the vegetated-covered stone slopes. It is the creation of pure
space within the natural space (Paz, O., 1987). It has an introverted
living yet is continually open to its surroundings. Only two elements
reveal its existence to the outside world: the colorful bougainvillea
flowers showing randomly through the trees’ dense foliage, which mark
the plot’s perimeter; and the massive and monolithic white box that
emerges through the treetops.