The Barragán house by Moneo Brock

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The Barragán house by Moneo Brock

Pink, purple and yellow walls characterize the residence in Monterrey, Mexico, which the architectural firm Moneo Brock designed as a "tribute" to the work of the legendary architect of the country, Luis Barragán.

The house of 673 square meters is on three floors. Intersecting in different directions, and varying in height and length, the walls are built around the large trees that Moneo Brock wanted to preserve during construction. The most prominent of these trees rises from the entrance of the house to pierce the roof. Right here under chairs and tables are placed next to a swimming pool from which you have an excellent view of the surrounding mountains.

Prints of wallpaper and fabrics in geometric patterns designed by Moneo Brock can be found in the kitchen and dining room, where red and yellow furniture, blue and orange decorative tiles and a large floral mural adorn the space. Other decorative details include a set of green tiles that overlook the staircase leading to the roof.

Four bedrooms and another living area are located in the basement, each with sliding glass doors that open onto a private garden.


The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
The Barragán house by Moneo Brock
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