The first phase of this project was the search because the client relied on our expertise to evaluate different properties to find one that not only satisfied their needs but also have the potential to be renewed according to their taste.

The magnificent garden and excellent location tilted the balance towards this property as the most attractive.
Although the house was built 3 years ago, it was necessary to make some modifications to the existing architectural project to adapt it according to the needs of the new owners.

The main changes were moving the kitchen, as it needed to be much larger, the creation of an independent games room and the integration of a family room. The size of the service areas was also increased.
The central element of the interior design is the views to the garden that were privileged in all the areas.

In addition to the generous natural light inlets, the large windows also marked the distribution of the areas and the selection of finishes to be in harmony with the surrounding nature. A very important part of the woodwork and bookcases were custom designed and produced for the project, besides modifying the existing ones to be integrated to the project. In the bathrooms significant changes were made and an integrated and centralized audio and lighting system was designed.

  • Architect: Claudia López Duplan – López Duplan Arquitectos
  • Photographer: Héctor Armando Herrera

Posted by Claudia López

In architecture spaces must communicate with the people who live them and transmit their lifestyle. Each project is a commitment to both interior and exterior that generates a language through all the elements that shape it. The result is an atmosphere that is present in an intimate communication between the architect and his client. Architect Claudia Lopez Duplan, has more than 20 years of experience in the development of residential, corporate and commercial projects. Her unique sensitivity and style have positioned her in the interior design scene; and she has specialized in residential renovation that gives the spaces a new identity. In her projects lighting plays an important role and the use of indirect light, combined with variation of intensity, creates different atmospheres required for each space. Keeping the original architecture is one of the challenges faced in each project, besides the integration of all elements giving that result in a whole new image.

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