Best Implemented Apartment / Private House Interior Design Project
About the project
Casa Camelia is projected under the premise of having a weekend house that would have all the essential elements that, in our experience, these recreation spaces should have, so that the entire house can literally be opened towards its four coordinates, generating entrances of very important light and air, with views of the golf course and green areas that surround us. The finishes in this house are sustainably low-maintenance and we use mostly native and neighboring regions, with neutral colors, natural textures and friendly to restful coexistence.
One of the objectives of the project was to annul the interior-exterior borders, having cross ventilation and the use of thermal materials.
Living inwards, without altering more than the physical space of the building, the house is inserted in nature, lighting being one of the main factors and taking advantage of the climate of the Mexican Bajío, the spaces open from end to end in a flow space continuum.
Tepeji del Rio, Hidalgo, Mexico
Project implementation year
RODRIGO ROMERO DE LA MORA
Architecture and development firm based in México City, with a professional application since 1999 in the design and construction field. «Conscious of our evolving society we create new ways and interpretations of the architectural practice with the historic sensibility of each place and situation our projects approach. We conceive our firm as a gear assembly where each person involved is an essential part of a whole, working with circumstances responding and turning them into opportunities.»
Author of the project
ROMERO DE LA MORA ARCHITECTURE & DEVELOPMENT
PHOTO: ARIADNA POLO
COMMUNICATION: AREA COLECTIVA
Status of the project