The stylish interior of the house in Mexico
This stylish and cozy interior of a house situated in the Mexican capital Mexico city, was designed by designers from the Studio “Paul Cremoux Studio”. The holiday home is situated on two floors, with the living space extends on the interior of the house and street. This is achieved through a huge gate leading to the garden house, which has combined the living space and the outdoor terrace under the open sky. Another feature of this mansion was a special filtration system rainwater collected from the roof, filtered with charcoal filters and then becomes drinkable. This system has allowed the owners to make the mansion an innovative and environmentally friendly, and significantly save on water at home. The owners of this cozy mansion have very big library, the books here play a leadership role. Bookshelves in the interior are located literally on every wall and every corner of the house. For the interior design of the house was used a lot of wood, which stressed the environmentally friendly home. But despite the use of this very traditional finishing material such as wood, the interior turned out to be minimalistic and stylish. Speaking about interior planning, the choice for its organization was made in favor of open space that combines the kitchen, dining room and living room. This is largely visually expanded the space seem much larger than it actually is. Particularly, when the gate leading to the terrace opened, in this case, the whole terrace becomes an extension of the first floor of the house and significantly expands its functionality. Special attention deserves the stairs leading to the second floor of the house. Thanks to its lightweight design ladder seems almost weightless, and even at first glance it seems that it does not. This effect is achieved due to the rhythm being created by the many book shelves, against which the ladder is visually lost.