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Zapote House designed by EURK buildesign, located in a so-called “urban island,” an area that features everything inhabitants need to live in comfort. Indeed, as a superficial 2-storey house, this house has a close appearance because of the color palette and bold materials with natural elements. The modesty in the appearance of Zapote House as a way to exalt the pure beauty of beautiful nature.

The house “revolves” around the inner garden where contains lots of trees and greenery, a sitting area, and a pool. The area in front of the house is a spacious yard with a diverse green ecosystem. Stepping deeper into the interior space, Zapote House is built in a T-shape embracing 50-year-old ancient cedars. The cypress trees up to 25m high with wide foliage shade the 2-storey house. Then, a comfortable outdoor swimming pool built in this area as a way of balancing the elements of nature.

Once insides, the house designed with continuity in the connection between living space and landscape. The house receives all natural energy through the open design. Of course, the effects of heat are controlled by natural plant filters. The living area, with cozy couches that allow to chill out in front of the TV. The open kitchen is in another area, featuring a beautiful island with a cooktop and stools. The home features multiple bedrooms, all of them on the upper floor. The rooms are spacious and so are the bathrooms that are spa-worthy.

Indeed, by cleverly combining, the house has a peaceful and quiet appearance, help the owner to truly immerse himself in a slow living space, different from the hustle and bustle of the city outside.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

  • Project Name: Zapote House
  • Location: Mérida, Mexico
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Area: 615 m²
  • Designed by: EURK Buildesign
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Indeed, the cedars play a huge role in the design of the Zapote House oasis.
Hence, comfort and relaxation, homeowners can fully experience the holiday every day in their own house.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Zapote House’s rich vegetation is the best insulation for the house.
The simple cubic design of Zapote House facade.
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign

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Surely, homeowners can always receive the change of nature through all the senses.

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Obviously, the path is not paved with luxurious and high-class bricks but emphasizes simplicity with the familiar brown color of the land.
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Besides, the open design brings airy and cool air gently into the house.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Also, wooden shutters are how the house operates the air convection between the front yard and the back part of the house.
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Also, beautiful and luxurious living room space with built-in wooden cabinets and large sofa set.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Stone, wood and glass combined in a luxurious whole in the staircase area.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
The space is airy when viewed on the second floor.
An airy slot is delicately designed to help brighten the comfortable kitchen space.
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
Opposite the kitchen is a large dining area, where the owner organizes large parties.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
The large dining table and the bar behind both made of luxurious but natural wood.
Indeed, every space in the house has a great view of the outside landscape.
Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
The bedroom uses a lot of wood materials to bring a cozy feeling. Especially the balcony made of glass opens the absolute view to the green space.

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Zapote House in Mexico, an Oasis Within a Noisy City by EURK Buildesign
The bathroom space receives gentle sunlight through the shutters.

The Zapote House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: We began the project with a diagnosis of the context where the area to be intervened is located within what we call “Urban Islands”, which in fact are increasingly scarce, even though they contain the characteristics that the city and the inhabitants need for their development and comfort, both in private and public spaces.

Photo credit: Tamara Uribe| Source: EURK Buildesign

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: calle 37 numero 362 c ENTRE 34 Y 30 (15,070.56 km)
97200 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
– Tel: +52 999 276 0493
– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Architectural-Designer/EURK-1645207052421722/

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