Casa Cajun

Location: 
Santa Ana, San José, C.R.
Size: 
711 m2
Date: 
2009-2010

The concept of Casa Cajun is creating a space that hugs a symbolic tree present on the site. From this, the central patio is born - the heart of the house, it serves as a space that articulates the different parts of the surrounding concept. The composition of the five elements and the integration of the environment enhance the rapport between nature and family gathered in the space.

The most important wall from this central patio generates a connection between the indoors and outdoors through a series of perforations. Its color, Cajun Red, frames the overall concept of the entire project since it represents life.

Contact

Katia Marten Architecture
1677 - 1250 San Jose
Costa Rica

(506) 2201 5055

(506) 2201 5055

Partners

  • MAKMA
  • Architecture of space
  • Interior architecture
  • Marten Landscape

Interior architecture: www.miainteriorarq.com
Landscape: www.martenlandscape.com
Architecture of space: coming soon
Land and realstate: coming soon