Navona House in Mexico is Defined by Straight Lines
Jan 10, 2014 18:47
The Navona house is located in Pachuca, Mexico, fitting into the category of elegant homes designed by JI Studio. This luxury abode is defined by a sequence of straight lines, adding a sense of geometrical coherence. The structure is massive yet unitary, and is composed of several interconnected volumes.
“Each space both upstairs and downstairs has been designed as a unit, which is reflected in the various volumes that make up the house, and in simple language able to interconnect with each other, creating a single element.”
Its facade is covered in marble, while wooden details complete and complement the overall look. Indoors, the ambiance is warm and inspiring, breathing elegance and a comforting feel of serenity.
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