Valley House is on a land of approximately 5,000 square meters within Valle Santana, Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico.The land has a complex topography with a 35% slope that causes a lot of complexity for the construction, but due to the height it offers a great view. The house is placed on the highest part and is built down. It is modularly designed and the bedrooms and the social area are floating.
Winner – International Interior Design Awards 2020
Firm | Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
Designer | Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
Project Category | Residential Interior Built
Project Team | Sandra Wainberg
Country | Mexico
Photographer/Copyright | ©Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
Trees, oaks and ocotes, which abound in the area, were not cut down. The design was made to coexist with these trees of between 30 and 40 meters. One of the most important trees on the land receives each visitor in the lobby of the house, generating a thought-provo king sensation as 1t is the first element of the house along with the view towards the horizon. Landscape design coexists with each volume. A water mirror that rises at the entrance of the house is transformed into two streams that surround the house passing through the central volume and ending in the lake in the lowest part of the land.