Architecture · March 6, 2021 0

The Board Formed Concrete Walls Of This House Provide A Consistent Texture Seen Throughout The Home

rdlp arquitectos has designed a modern concrete home in San Pedro Garza García, a city in Mexico.

A modern concrete house with wood accents and greenery.

The front of the concrete home is softened by the use of plants and wood accents, which also carry through an external staircase.

A modern concrete house with wood accents.
A modern concrete house with wood accents.

Outdoor entertaining spaces were a key feature in the design of the home, with the swimming pool, which lights up at night, being a focal point.

A modern concrete house with a swimming pool and expansive outdoor entertaining areas.
A modern concrete house with a swimming pool and expansive outdoor entertaining areas.

Large sliding glass doors were designed to join interior and exterior spaces, making an expansive entertaining area with outdoor kitchen and dining areas, as well as multiple designated areas for lounging.

Large sliding glass doors were designed to join interior and exterior spaces, making an expansive entertaining area with outdoor kitchen and dining areas, as well as multiple designated areas for lounging.
A modern home with an entertaining area and bar.
A modern living room with a u-shaped blue sofa, a dining area, and a board-formed concrete wall.

The board-formed concrete on the exterior of the home carries through to the interior and is especially visible alongside the wood staircase, which also lights up at night.

A board-formed concrete wall is visible alongside a wood staircase, which also lights up at night.
A board-formed concrete wall is visible alongside a wood staircase, which also lights up at night.

At the top of the stairs, there’s a hallway with a glass wall and hidden lighting incorporated into the floor and ceiling levels.

A modern hallway has a glass wall and hidden lighting incorporated into the floor and ceiling levels.
A modern hallway has a glass wall and hidden lighting incorporated into the floor and ceiling levels.

At the end of the hallway is a casual living room with wood floors that have been installed in a herringbone pattern.

This modern living room features wood floors in a herringbone pattern.

In one of the bedrooms, there’s a small living room, while the bed has been raised up onto its own platform.

In this modern bedroom there's a small living room, while the bed has been raised up onto its own platform.

In another bedroom, floor to ceiling curtains separate the sleeping area from a sitting area.

A master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling curtains that separate the sleeping area from a sitting area.
Photography by Idea Cúbica | Architecture firm: rdlp arquitectos | Design: Arq. Rodrigo de la Peña | Design Team: Arq. Daniel Leos, Arq. Madeira Agüero, Arq. Antonio Pérez | Construction and supervision: Arq. Daniel Leos | Interior design: PCG Design and Interno Studio.