Sol 25 is a house in San Pedro Cholula Puebla, Mexico. Located in a residential subdivision outside of the city, adjacent to Mount Zapoteca, a protected nature reserve. Sol 25 emerges as a home with the premise of creating spaces that are visually integrated with nature in addition to maximizing the size of the house.
A distinct architectural layout is generated; located on the ground floor are two bedrooms, a garden, and a lobby. Going up to the first level is the living room and kitchen, all in an open-plan concept into a double-height space where you can enjoy the view to the green areas. Going up a level is a loft with a studio. The roof space was allocated to a roof garden where you can enjoy an outdoor environment that is visually attractive in 360 degrees.
Sol 25 maintains an industrial aesthetic, being a hybrid between a house and a loft, achieving wide spaces with character. The materials used were mostly apparent brick and glass, which when conjugated creates cozy spaces in addition to requiring low maintenance.
Interior design was another key point in the project, as they were specially designed, each of the elements of woodwork, fixtures, and faucets, achieving a personalized and unique space.
Sol 25 is a home with a positive and elegant design, in which pleasant spaces are created in a unique atmosphere.