A House To See The Sky By Abraham Cota Paredes Arquitectos


Located at the bottom of the spring forest in Guadalajara, Mexico, ‘House to see the sky’ is a minimal two-story home that resembles an open pavilion. At the heart of the building, designed by Abraham Cota Paredes Arquitectos, is an indoor garden with a concrete screen wall that frames the sky and offers privacy from the streets. In a statement about the design, the architects say, “The house expresses the search for an introspective architecture, an architecture that envelopes itself, where privacy is the best gift.”

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