Nilo House

Best Implemented Project of Private Residence

About the project
The house is organized from the double-height living room space, framing the main axis of circulation through the entire residence, surrounded by spaces such as the dining room, kitchen, stairs and a great view of the city of Morelia, allowing the architectural space visually display its different areas. From this space, the main routes that communicate all the functions of the project are proposed. Entering the property we can see a linear led lighting on the ceiling, which perfectly indicates the circulation to be taken within it, ending its journey with the visual finish which is the great panoramic view, thus generating a dialogue between the user and architecture. The house is resolved on three levels, on the first level is located the social nucleus, bedroom on the ground floor and service area.

Morelia, Mexico

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Cristian Roberto Nuñez Avila — Dehonor Arquitectos, architecture and design studio based in Morelia, Mexico.

Author of the project
Cristian Roberto Nuñez Avila — Dehonor Arquitectos

Other participants
Photographer: @cristian_nuñez_dehonor

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