Casa V by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

by Maria Konou

The Casa V is made almost entirely of exposed concrete and wood to minimize the maintenance requirements and ensure the adequate aging of the spaces.

From Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos:

The location in the lot and design of this house was defined by the importance of natural light in the project. The facades were located according to the movement of light and shadows to help enhance the interior design. The interior are exterior spaces of the house are integrated by the nature elements. All the construction was done in exposed concrete and wood to assure the low maintenance requirements as well as the adequate aging of the space with the natural patina that will acquire with time.

Project type: Residencial
Location: México, D.F., México
Square meters: 805
Photographer: Jaime Navarro

Maria Konou

Maria Konou is a specialist in the field of digital marketing and fashion. However, she has always had a way with words. That’s what led her to her dream job here at Archzine. She has worked in many different fields over the years, but according to her, being an author has been the most rewarding. Maria is a huge plant enthusiast, loves everything fashion-related, is very sustainably aware, and is always open to learning about new things.