Marble, stone and wood blend tastefully in this 7750 sq ft residence which ties the interiors to the luscious natural surroundings. You wouldn’t need more to call it the perfect home, yet the Barrancas House In Mexico City has other smart&stylish features, it’s basically flawless.
A restoration project of a ’70s home by EzequielFarca, this spacious dwelling takes advantage of the open spaces and tranquil views, providing multifunctional areas ( achieved via movable screen walls ). Floor to ceiling windows allow sunlight to flood the interiors, complementing the the neutral, earthy colors such as dark green and chocolate. The home has been fitted with sustainable elements like the green roof and walls, a solar energy system, as well as a grey water reuse system. Amenities include a home theater, gym, two terraces, an outdoor pool, garden, plus additional green space. And to make sure the occupants have plenty of ‘vino’, the Barrancas House also boasts a wine cellar. Details in the video