Especially designed to be low maintenance and welcoming, the Rajuela House in Merida, Mexico showcases an original architecture and quite a few impressive design features. The project was envisioned by Muñoz Arquitectos for an elderly client, who wanted a residence that was both friendly and practical.
According to the architects, “access to the House is through a series of overlapping walls that direct you to the hall. Moving on, through the lobby, we enter to a double height that contains the living, eating and cooking (the kitchen separated from the living room by a low wall of black granite), creating a large continuous space that expands all the way to the terrace with a much more humanized scale and extends into the garden, this being an extension of the interior. Further we have the bedrooms. All these male up a linear circulation that ends with a sculpture. Service areas are located on the second floor”. Although the exterior of the residence inspires soberness, its rooms are very spacious and welcoming-have a look!