The 'Widescreen' house designed by R-Zero Studio

Concrete, black granite and glass help it 'materialise' from nothing

by Malcolm Clark
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R Zero Studio's Widescreen house is situated in the San Gaspar Golf Club in Jiutepec di Morelos, Mexico on a 1,600 square metre plot at the top of a hill. The one floor house accommodates a versatile project.

At the moment it is a weekend house, but in the future it will be where the clients will spend their retirement.

The house is made up of two finished concrete volumes connected by a vertical granite element which separate the 'public' space from the private one. The name of the house (Widescreen) derives from the 4:1 ratio design of the volumes.

The use of 'pure' materials like concrete, black granite and glass, ensures that the house blends into its environment.

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    Widescreen house

    Morelos / Mexico / 2009