Luxury Family Home In Mexico With A Paper Tree Courtyard

Tropical trees and vegetation inspire the U-shaped design of this 342 square metre home in Colima, Mexico, designed by Di Frenna Arquitectos. A rapid growing Papelillo tree in the middle of the build site demanded an internal courtyard for the home, which became an inside-outside family environment that connects the wings of the build layout. Decorative lattice blocks on the exterior of the home screen the sunlight and shape the shadows on the inside. Within its walls, Casa la Blanca is a crisply chic modern space that breathes with cool white expanses and natural wood tone beats, which evoke a high-end yet simple and welcoming vibe.

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