Architect Claudia Lopez Duplan of López Duplan Arquitectos envisioned a home integrating elements of comfort and style. By reconfiguring the floor-plan, as well as redesigning each of the spaces, the architect created a serene residence in Mexico City. Originally built in the 80s, Casa Lomas Altas rises three and a half floors up, capturing views of the surroundings through frameless windows and sliding doors connected to terraces, at the same time keeping a sense of privacy in all spaces. The living space includes a wall lined with books on each side of the fireplace, while the dining room opens to a terrace overlooking luscious greenery. The upstairs bedroom is a spectacular place, showcasing a long window with a stylish place for books underneath, hinting towards the owner’s love for knowledge. When it comes to the bathroom, the inspiration keeps rolling – toilet and bathtub are captured in between glass, opening both towards the interior space and the exterior view. With a long clerestory window flooding the space with light, this space was definitely created for relaxation.
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