House Composed by Two Rectangular Prisms on a Sloped Site

House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site

This house is located on sloped site in Guadalajara, Mexico. It is composed by two rectangular prisms, one of which is parallel to the street while other – perpendicular. Thanks to such structure the house have quite big courtyard of white gravel a garden and a pool. The first floor consist of private areas like bedrooms, while the second one includes all living areas, like a dining room, gather room and a terrace on the bedrooms roof. The street side of the house haven’t any windows and fully made of stone. The opposite site at the same time almost whole is glazed to capture stunning views of a park. The house’s site is 487 square meters, it’s called GDL1 House and is designed by BGP Arquitectura.

House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site
House Composed By Two Rectangular Prisms On A Sloped Site

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