An avant-garde set of heights and a proposal of limited materials is the result that the Method office obtained with the 3:2 residential project, located in Mexico City.
House 3:2, questions the physical and visual limits for a current family because it aims to create continuous and visually connected spaces.
The architects of this firm sought a timeless and aging architecture with dignity, something that is representative to this Mexican firm, which was complemented by dynamic spaces in which double heights become open areas that modify the views and continuity to the interior, the project is divided into four areas, the rooms in the private area, library – study in the semi-private; room – dining room and garden in the public area and a service space, this is how coexistence among the inhabitants of the house is encouraged without losing the essence of the spaces.
The decoration, made by the owners in conjunction with the architect, stands out for its modern lines and for incorporating design pieces and Scandinavian-inspired models
"We achieve a house that is almost entirely understood at first sight, which reads like a continuum of few borders, but with the possibility of naming its spaces and to notice where it begins and where each one ends," said the architect in charge Bernardo García.
An extremely interesting and original proposal, where concrete, glass and wood combine their virtues to result in a free style of conventionalism, where they created visually connected spaces and ethereal boundaries between the private and public areas are the essence of this project