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Casa Moro

"The house is made of concrete. The ceiling and the floor are covered by wood. The corridor walls are covered by slate slabs. The dining room and the living room are separated by a onyx slab suspended by metal posts.", says Anonimous-LED on Casa Moro.

By: Anonimous-LED

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
The entrance corridor maximizes the experience with stone. (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

Project details

  • Project Name: Casa Moro
  • Location of Site: El Campanario, Queretaro, Qro. Mexico
  • Design Team: Alfonso Jimenez, Jorge Plascencia, Noemi Diez Marina, Ainare Urien, Heliana Echavarria, Maru Enciso.
  • Project Type: Housing
  • Client: Private
  • Contractor/s: Anonimous-LED
  • Site Area: 600 m2
  • Built-up Area: 470 m2
  • Date of completion: 2007

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
Light in the main facade exalts the material qualities. (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

Words from the architect

The client is a young married couple. They asked for 2 bedrooms, a master bedroom with a Jacuzzi inside, a basement - studio, living room, dinning room, family room and kitchen. The asked for concrete as their house material.

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
A glass cube intersects the bedroom volume. (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

The house is composed by cubes in different levels with different heights and made of different materials.

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
Material range goes from the closeness of concrete to the openness of glass (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

The house is made of concrete. The ceiling and the floor are covered by wood. The corridor walls are covered by slates slabs. The dining room and the living room are separated by a onyx slab suspended by metal posts. The concrete walls besides the stairs receive the light of the skylight that is over it. The private area has wooden floor and concrete ceiling.

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
Two concrete boxes superpose each other and slide. (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

The house access is directly connected to a narrow corridor. The corridor ends at the dinning room and is crowned by an onyx slab. At the end of the corridor are located also the stairs. At the second level the stairs end in a corridor that connects the bedrooms. At the master bedroom is a Jacuzzi against the window. At the other side of the bedroom is a crystal sliding door that goes to the terrace.

Architecture-Page | Casa Moro by Anonimous-LED
Public spaces open up to Nature. (Photo: Maricarmen Chavez Galas).

Credits

  • Text: Alfonso Jimenez, Lorena Apolo
  • Photographs: Maricarmen Chavez

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