Located in the picturesque west side valley of Mexico City, Casa Tolu stands as a stunning family residence, beautifully nestled within a deep glen surrounded by an abundance of trees and endemic vegetation. This serene setting provides a peaceful retreat from the bustling city life. We are experimenting with an eco-friendly Green concrete basement in our ongoing efforts to integrate sustainable practices. This innovative feature not only enhances the structural integrity of the home but also serves as a functional separator, delineating the upper living floor and access areas from the more private quarters below.

The elongated living room space is a testament to thoughtful design and environmental consciousness, crafted entirely from reclaimed wood. This choice of material imparts a warm and inviting ambiance, making it a perfect gathering space for family and friends. Furthermore, the social areas are ingeniously designed to transform into an open pavilion, thanks to a sophisticated sliding door system on both sides. When fully opened, these doors reveal breathtaking views of the surrounding property, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living. This unique design element not only maximizes the natural beauty of the site but also fosters a deep connection with the lush landscape that envelops Casa Tolu.

Design Architect:
Paul Cremoux W.