Raw for Rusticism : Contemporary house in Mexico has signature rustic features

Raw for Rusticism : Contemporary house in Mexico has signature rustic features

28 January, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

Deep within the verdant trees, lush vegetation and green shrubbery lies a house oozing with peace and tranquillity. Located in Guadalajara in Mexico, this privately owned home is an absolute picture of modernity and sophistication and was designed by Hajj Design Less. The exterior has a myriad of windows and coloured facades made from raw concrete, stained wood and black metal which gives the whole building a slightly industrial look and feel. The interior of the house has been beautifully designed with modern stone floors, focal point wooden panels and contemporary geometric furniture. The added rusticism really gives this house a fierce edge and helps it to stand out from the crowd.

lush vegetation on the site

concrete exterior

large trees on the site

landscaping

steel staircase

gray color in the interior

concrete wall in the interior

open plan interior

modern dining room with large windows

wooden partition

industrial interior

combining wood and concrete in the interior

bedroom and media room

industrial bedroom

modern bathroom

 

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