These days, clay is an outdated building material in many parts of the world. Designers have moved on in favor of things like brick and wood. However, this stunning home in Mexico is proves that clay can still be utilized very well. Designed by Andrés Stebelski, this home has a lovely clay covered exterior. According to Stebelski, “Taking advantage of the topography, the parking area and storage spaces became the base or pedestal from which the main body of the house rises in the shape of a cube.” The home was built with several large windows which it very easy for natural light to enter the home. The interior is spacious and open and there are 5,830 square feet of living space. Take a look at this lovely home in Mexico City by Andrés Stebelsk.
This floating staircase can get you from one floor of the house to the next with style. The use of wood panels also adds the perfect contrast against the white walls.
This large open living room is a great place to bring guests. Also, lots of built-in storage throughout the room makes it easier to keep the space neat and organized.
From the back of the home, you can see how the large windows offer plenty of opportunity to look outside and enjoy the view. These windows are also great for natural light, and help make each room in the home brighter.
Of course, no home is complete without a little yard space. This home has some nice paved outdoor space that can be used for entertainment or relaxation.