Casa Mi

Location: 
Santa Ana, San José, C.R.
Size: 
547 m2
Date: 
2013-2014

The defining aspect of this project is the use of natural light, which enters through a set of perforations. The architectural approach then consists of two pure volumes joined by a transitional element. This characteristic maintains a clean design language where hanging elements, pergolas, and perforations create a dynamic design.

For the interior of the house, it was important to achieve an atmosphere that reflects the characteristics of the client – a modern and artistic family. Natural elements like wood highlight the warmth of the family throughout the house. This project manages to bring life to the space through the use of various plants, wood, exposed concrete, and stone. 

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