Two-Storey House La Punta in Mexico

This is House La Punta, a two-storey cantilevered home located in Mexico City, Mexico. It was designed by Mexico-based studio Central De Arquitectura. The construction process was completed in 2010. The location of the house is beautiful. It sits on a plot in the western side of Mexico City, more exactly in Bosques of the Lomas. The house is oriented towards north and it’s facing the street.

The residence covers a total area of 875 square meters. It was designed as a series of two rectangular prism-shaped volumes that have been placed one on top of the other. The result was an L-shaped structure. The residence has three levels and the interior is functionally organized and divided. There’s an underground floor that is used as a garage. It has plenty of space for six cars. The next level is the ground floor. Here all the semi-public areas have been placed. It includes the service areas, the family room, living room, the kitchen, the hall and a small deck with a barbeque area outside.

The last level includes the private areas of the house. It houses a large bedroom with a king-size bed and two smaller twin bedrooms. They have their own bathrooms and dressers. On the same level there’s also a fourth bedroom with a bathroom and a dresser of its own.The first floor also includes a living room and a small study that can be used as an office.

Published by in Architecture, on March 22nd, 2012


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