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FR-EE | Soccer Villa

Architecture FREE-Fernando Romero | Soccer Villa

The concept originates with the idea of having a large structure that hovers above the house.

This wooden surface seems to float, while being a green roof that captures rainwater. Generous spaces allow events to be organized with plenty of guests in an extremely rational plan, which contains a living room, dining room, play area, movie projection room, spa, kitchen, and a vast terrace where one can watch and admire one of the owner’s passions: soccer, the “great national sport.”

Location: Mexico
Architect: FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE

WAF Awards 2011 – Shortlisted in House Category

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