Casa RO Tapalpa was especially developed by Elías Rizo Arquitectos as a retreat from the noise and stress of urban life. Embedded in a scenic forest area in the town of Tapalpa, Jalisco, Mexico, the residence is characterized by a distinct contemporary architecture and a basic program and layout. According to the architects, the house has a linear distribution and is structured in two functionally separated areas: the public areas facing the main terrace and the private zone accessed through a special corridor.
Architects wrote about this project: “The commission demanded a country house with common features, respect for the context and a specific program; but the most important request was for the house to step away from the usual typologies for houses of the region. With a contemporary personality, this house assumes a posture of absolute respect for the exterior which should be the main character. The house opens almost completely to the outside unlike all neighboring houses in the area“.
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