Spectacular townhouse in the heart of Lomas de Chapultepec with views to the ravine of Prado Norte and to the walls and the climbing plants of the property itself. Awarded as the “Best Residential Architecture 2013” by por Casa Viva/MX Design, and “Project of the Year 2012” by Prisma/Premio Interiorismo Mexicano Habitacional 2013.
Three levels of contemporary and cozy lifestyle to live, feel and share. Renowned Architect Yuri Zagorin's signature is imprinted in the way of mixing the raw and realistic with the natural elegance of fresh and authentic materials. Reclaimed wood, colors and tones, textures and a game of heights create the ultimate goal of the architect: to create a fluent, comfortable space that promotes the feeling of space at the same time that evoques “home”. All, considering and respecting the essence of the place itself.
In the higher level of the property the spaces mingle with wit and creativity; there is an open kitchen and a living room integrated to a roofless terrace with imposing ten meter walls. On the other side of the living room there is a wild, stepped garden that encloses the area for hours of eternal sharing or relaxation. All this, with the sound of running water that comes from a rustic stone fountain in the back.
The second floor opens to a room that is half garden, half family room. The house features a gym with floor to ceiling glass submerged in green views, and also a bedroom with the stunning views to the outside gardens and trees. Finally, the master bedroom is a dream: a suite occupies the whole floor, featuring a living room, a studio, a bedroom, a bathroom with marble from ceiling to floor, a walk-in closet and a spectacular deck with fire pit. This unparalleled space invites you to have a cup of coffee outside in the morning or to enjoy a night of introspection with a glass of wine in hand.