Venados house is a sober proof of contrasts between blind canvases and hilly textures which are shown from outside on the facades with chukum blind walls against carved local stone walls and placed by hand.
You can also note roughcast concrete details on structural elements and passe-partouts that frame the large windows, generating squares with a plant background.
The patio, and the garden surround a wooden deck over the black marble swimming pool, inviting to rest and recreation of the users with a waterfall that provides peace created by the water sound.
The house’s interior contemplates an arquitectural program for a family of four, with a guests’ room on the main floor, and three other rooms, TV room, and playroom area all upstairs. Marble floors and wainscoting together with white walls aid tzalam-wood elements to stand out with its warmth and natural tone.
This architecture of straight lines and simple materials is a combination between functionality and design.