Soleado House

Soleado House

Vincenzo Design Studio
Aguascalientes, Mexico | View Map
Particuliere woningen
Paulina Ojeda
Product specificatie overzicht

ElementBedrijf Product Name
100® TOTAL
Kitchen PanelsGrupo Tenerife
Luxe Cuzco Gold
Storage UnitHäfele
Pull Out Storage Unit
Ceramic Tile FlooringInterceramic
Lugano Series
Gate Opener SystemMerik
411W engine
Kitchen StoneMarmoletti

Product specificatie overzicht
100® TOTAL by Comex
Kitchen Panels
Luxe Cuzco Gold by Grupo Tenerife
Storage Unit
Pull Out Storage Unit by Häfele
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Lugano Series by Interceramic
Gate Opener System
411W engine by Merik
Kitchen Stone

Soleado House

Vincenzo Design Studio als Architecten

This refurbishment project relates to a house located in the southeast of Aguascalientes, Mexico. All the existing architectural elements of this 1-storey house (including arch, ornamental elements, load-bearing walls, windows protections) were preserved during the refurbishment process. The main interventions concerned the open garage, kitchen, and bathroom.

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda

The original open garage was designed for two vehicle cars whereas the new project proposal has been designed just for one vehicle car and almost half of the area has been used to create a garden.

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda

The new façade is characterized by handmade terracotta tiles. Since these tiles feature slight color variations due to the production process, the color is not uniform on the façade. This makes the surface of the façade unique.

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda

The primary objective when refurbishing the kitchen was to merge the kitchen area and the dining room by creating a continuity in the materials used in both spaces. Moreover, the two spaces are separated by an arch favoring a spatial visual

connection. Materials, patterns, and colors were leveraged to enhance the visual connection between these spaces even more. Four slabs of marble have been used; two of them have clearly distinguishable veins and peculiar patterns. Accordingly, the slabs have been placed so as to create a fresco-like effect. The slabs are seamlessly covering the whole area, from counter tops to the ceiling: accurately placing these huge slabs in a very compact area has made this project very challenging. 

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda

The bathroom was entirely reformed. The color palette and some of the materials used in the bathroom (such as marble) are the same of the kitchen’s.

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda

To make the appearance of the house uniform, all original elements (for example, doors) were painted in the same coor.

photo_credit Paulina Ojeda
Paulina Ojeda


Architects: Vincenzo Design Studio

Photographer: Paulina Ojeda


Materials Used:

Façade cladding: Handmade terracotta tiles

Flooring: Interceramic ceramic tile – Lugano 15x50cm

Paint: 100 Total Satin B3 - Comex

Bathroom appliances: 10-in square rainfall showerhead, and basin and faucet

combo - Moorefield

Automatic gate opener system: Merik – Motor 411 W

Sliding door system: Rail RMR – 300 Master Rail, CMR-300

Kitchen: Granite Golden Nefertiti, Egypt - Marmoletti The stone Co.

Panel premium cuzco oro – Grupo Tenerife/GTEC

Pull-out storage units – Häfele


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