Godoy House Hernandez Silva Architects

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 - Hot Design

Godoy house, an impressive structure is located in Jalisco, Mexico. It was designed by architects Hernandez Silva. The house is located in a beautiful private neighborhood outside the city, on a flat corner lot. It was the neighbors on both the east and south, and west there is a great avenue that separates the house from the street.

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  The house has a steel structure. It was built in the period when the material used to the low cost ad This enabled the architects to create a floating residence you see now. The house has a semi-basement level and the entrance to the platform will be elevated. Inside the house is open space with walls of nearly all point in the same direction. On the first floor there is a transparent glass bridge that connects the two ends. The facility also includes a beautiful garden integrated into the interior. There is a large terrace and pool. {Find the homedit}.


Godoy House Hernandez Silva Architects | isengdude | 4.5