Under the graceful expression of a concrete-cast butterfly roof ‘casa gg’ sits respectfully atop a small green plateau in a natural clearing that boasts a rugged terrain of hills and valleys framing the colima volcano in the distance. designed by mexican studio elias rizo arquitectos, the structure accommodates two bedrooms, a master suite, office, and open living/dining/kitchen area enjoying a series of semi-private decks. entry to the begins at the highest point of the site where a driveway descends the sloping terrain and terminates into a carport nestled into the hillside. a progression of staggering precast pavers establishes a strict datum underling the long axis of the home, reflected in a polished steel wall that makes up the front facade. a window and a deeper void framing the front door in stained cedar panels are the only elements that break up the monolithic nature of the glassy metal wall designed to transform into a rusted plane whose orange tones complement the natural reds of the native soil.
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