Embraced by a tranquil forest setting on a nearly virgin terrain of Mexico’s Valle del Bravo is the Stagioni House, a bespoke residence designed by Mexican studio BRAG Arquitectos.
Fronted by an immaculate lawn, Stagioni House is composed of two large stone-framed houses brought together to contemplate its surroundings. Double-height ceilings, large frames, and full-height windows serve to highlight the voluminous proportions of the residence, which features a combined material palette that echoes the region’s vernacular and the studio’s signature style: domestic ivory cream and Thassos marble in the kitchen and baths, basalt for the fireplace and staircase treads, and tropical wood from South America. General and decorative lighting emphasises textures and accentuates the home’s architectural qualities without disturbing the visual comfort of its habitants. Sculptural objects and design elements are scattered around the home, from furniture by Esrawe and Punto Griego, to stunning pieces by Peruvian sculptor Aldo Chaparro.
Bookmarking both volumes are partially-covered double-height terraces meant as contemplative and restful spaces, with immediate access to the grounds and flush with natural light from its open sides and overhead skylights.
Perfectly crafted to give its occupants a sensation of being constantly surrounded by nature, this home blurs the line between inside and outside in a modern, comfortable setting. See more projects by BRAG Arquitectos.