Casa Tita

Location: 
Curridabat, San José, Costa Rica.
Size: 
615m2
Date: 
2004-2005

Through use of materials like stone, wood, and concrete, this project is a contemporary interpretation of a more traditional architectural style. It is a house that intends to awaken the senses by creating spaces that allow contact with nature in every space of the house. 

The use of terraces and corridors, as well as a distribution that invites the garden to become a part of the home’s interior, is intended to generate transitional spaces in which one can control the climatic impact, and thus live in harmony with the environment.

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