Casa Coral: Contemporary Design by Alta Arquitectura
Casa Coral redefines modern living with its architectural harmony, blending solid exteriors of chukum, marble, stone, concrete, and wood in Alvarado, Mexico. This contemporary two-story house by Alta Arquitectura offers a sanctuary of privacy and warmth. Its spacious design, highlighted by a grand entrance and floating staircase, seamlessly connects social areas to the lush garden, promising an immersive experience in every corner.
About Coral House
Casa Coral’s design plays a symphony of sensations through its elements. Its exterior presents a solid form, suggesting protection and privacy. Warm materials like chukum, marble, stone, concrete, and wood warmly invite you inside.
A grand portico ushers you into a realm of spaciousness. It boasts double-height ceilings, a floating staircase, and a water mirror. The ground floor houses social areas in a linear layout, serving as the family’s gathering point with direct access to the garden and a guest bedroom.
Living Spaces Unfold
The upper floor hosts a TV room, a study, and three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and closet; two offer garden views. The interior facade’s transparency enhances ventilation and natural lighting, while surrounding greenery envelops the house, creating a serene atmosphere.
Photography by Luis Gordoa
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