Casa M connects the resident to the environment with the use of natural materials and natural colours. The building radiates exotic warmth and structural simplicity. Naciòn Arquitectos led by Max Villegas and Jesus Navarro designs minimalist houses that are an ode to Latin American nature.
Last summer we published a blog about Villa Nandas, a house characterised by its Mexican charm and designed by Naciòn Arquitectos. The Mexican architecture studio once again appeared on our radar with their newest project Casa M. Earth colours and natural materials dominate the minimalistic design of Casa M. The floors and structural beams are made out of wood while the walls consist of white polished concrete. In the outdoor area, local stones were used to create the terrace. There are three bedrooms, a kitchen, a storage room, a living room, three bathrooms and two half bathrooms. The property also has an infinity swimming pool that divides the backyard in two parts.
Halfopen volumes and terraces create a strong connection between the interior and the outdoor space.
By means of halfopen volumes and terraces, the architects create a strong connection between the interior and the outdoor space. This inner-outside connection is an element that regularly recurs in the projects of Naciòn Arquitectos. Casa M is without a doubt a monochrome house that radiates exclusive luxury caused by its simplicity. Images courtesy of Natiòn Arquitectos