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Modern White House Built In The Mountain Slope by Productora

Sun, May 17, 2009 | Unusual house designs | By Mike
 
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The House in Chihuahua is part of a golf club community in the desert like northern region of Mexico. It was designed partly buried into the mountain slope to accommodate the difference between in temperatures between day time and night time that can vary for about twenty degrees. The interiors are organized around a series of patios and roof openings that provide light and ventilation and allow spectacular views towards the surrounding landscape. The whole roof structure is made as one continuous surface with different inclinations. That make the house more complex and unique. It is designed by Productora on the 450 square meters area.

White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


White House In The Mountain Slope In Chihuahua


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  1. Ramon Gocela Says:

    I really like the design. Hope that you can share also the floor plans.

    Thanks,

    Ramon

  2. Mogoshi KK Says:

    I would really be honoured to work under the desinger of this home on day. I was looking for a precedent study for the house I’m currently designing and I was amazed when I found this on the net because it defines exactly what my client asked from me and it is also similar to the sketches I already have.