There are a few things that really stand out to me and appeal to me more than a perfect landscaped exterior. I see in so many projects when the landscaping is just an afterthought, this isn’t the case in Casa Barrancas. I have featured work by Ezequiel Farca before, but this house is the perfect example of how modern interior design can incorporate tropical elements.
The contrast and balance that is created throughout the design by combining modern aesthetics and the tropical exteriors is just perfection. The modern interiors bring that clean, purposeful, and neutral vibe that is so appealing meanwhile the tropical elements in the landscape design add so much texture, playfulness, and movement to a space that could otherwise feel rigid.
Keep on reading for tons of inspiration from this project, and also make sure to check out the design takeaways from this project that you can incorporate in your space.
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Marcheeta 1 by McClean Design is a single family home in Los Angeles, California. The main goal for this project was to maximize the use of the terrain and make the most of the views by making the house open up to the exterior spaces.
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Casa Vallarta by Ezequiel Farca is located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The panoramic views that the house has are fully taken advantage of by opening up the house to the exterior. The architects created an open house that invites people to interact with one another and also with the surroundings, without leaving the importance of privacy the family needed behind.
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As soon as I first saw the images of Jenni Kayne home in Beverly Hills I knew I would have to do a whole post on it. I came upon the images when searching for inspiration for black rooms for my Back to Black post and the focus of the post completely shifted.
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