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Pabellon en Lamina by Parque Humano

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 12, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Apr 11, 2012

You know what the cool thing is about building a small modern place? You can totally get wild with it. As seen in the Pabellon en Lamina project by Parque Humano. In this tiny home — which seems like it’s probably a weekend house or some other non-permanent sort — a — Continue reading …




 

 

You know what the cool thing is about building a small modern place? You can totally get wild with it. As seen in the Pabellon en Lamina project by Parque Humano. In this tiny home — which seems like it’s probably a weekend house or some other non-permanent sort — a bright apple green color covers the floor, ceiling and walls and is glossy!

The bright green interior can be seen from far away, which is probably a neat thing to see when sensing the structure by itself and within the context of the natural surroundings. The green both connects and disconnects from the greens in nature.

Love the heavy stone deck that almost seems meatier than the building itself, and that fun green mini pool.

Tiny and not something you can probably live in for a large amount of time, we still love the wild interior treatment of this small little place and wouldn’t mind having a spot like this to escape to every and now and then (especially in a place as gorgeous as Valle de Bravo, Mexico.)

What do you think about that slick and shiny all-green interior? Could you live in a space that was all one bright hue?

Images: Paul Rivera via Domus 

 

 

 
 
 

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