La Solana House By HGR Arquitectos And Diana Arnau

Marco Hagerman of HGR Arquitectos and Diana Arnau have designed the renovation and extension of a house in Acapulco, Mexico, that was originally built in the 1960’s. #ModernHouse #SwimmingPool #Architecture

Photography by Diana Arnau

 

Marco Hagerman of HGR Arquitectos and Diana Arnau have designed the renovation and extension of a house in Acapulco, Mexico, that was originally built in the 60’s by Eduardo and Oscar Hagerman.

 

The house is set on rocky, sloping ground, and is divided into three different areas. The first is the access and parking, where stairs surrounded by lush landscaping lead from the parking area down to the house.

Stairs surrounded by lush landscaping connect the various areas of this modern house. #ExteriorStairs #ModernLandscaping #OutdoorStairs

Photography by Diana Arnau

The second area of the house has an open plan living and dining area. Below are two bedrooms that open to a terrace, and hidden from view is a TV room.


This modern house has an open plan living and dining area, while below are two bedrooms that open to a terrace. #Architecture #InteriorDesign #OpenPlan

Photography by Diana Arnau

Steps lead from the second area of the home to the third area, where there’s a wood deck that runs along a stone wall.


This modern house has a curved pool, wood shutters, and plenty of outdoor space for enjoying the views of the surrounding area. #ModernHouse #Architecture

Photography by Diana Arnau

The deck provides a place to relax in the sun, a curved pool looks out to the view, and at the end of the deck is an outdoor kitchen with dining area.


This modern house has a wood deck that provides a place to relax in the sun, a curved pool looking out to the view, and an outdoor kitchen with dining area. #CurvedPool #Deck #OutdoorDiniing #OutdoorKitchen

Photography by Diana Arnau

In the area of the home behind the pool, there’s an open plan dining and living room, with the living room featuring a couch with wood cabinetry behind it, and floor-to-ceiling windows.


In this modern house, there's an open plan dining and living room, with the living room featuring a couch with wood cabinetry behind it. #LivingRoom #DiningRoom #Windows

Photography by Diana Arnau

Beside the living room are a couple of bedrooms that are somewhat hidden behind wood shutters off the balcony.


This modern house has a balcony with glass railings that overlooks the pool below and allows for views of the surrounding area. #Balcony #GlassRailings
Photography by Diana Arnau

Located above the living and dining area, and the two bedrooms, is the master bedroom suite. In the master bedroom, the bed, home office and private living room are all raised up onto a wood platform, allowing the various areas of the room to take advantage of the expansive views.


In this large master bedroom suite, the bed, home office and private living room are all raised up onto a wood platform, allowing the various areas of the room to take advantage of the expansive views. #MasterSuite #MasterBedroom #PlatformBed #RaisedBed #WoodShutters
Photography by Diana Arnau

In the bathroom, floor to ceiling glass separates the shower from the vanity, while narrow vertical windows give a glimpse of the tree view outside.


In this modern bathroom, floor to ceiling glass separates the shower from the vanity, while narrow vertical windows give a glimpse of the tree view outside. #MasterBathroom #DualVanity #BathroomDesign #ModernBathroom

Photography by Diana Arnau

The master bedroom opens up to a large rooftop deck that’s set up for alfresco dining, and glass railings make sure that the view is unobstructed.


This modern house has a large rooftop deck that's set up for alfresco dining, and glass railings make sure that the view is unobstructed. #RooftopDeck #GlassRailings #AlfrescoDining

Photography by Diana Arnau | Architects: Marco Hagerman of HGR Arquitectos and Diana Arnau | Construction: Andres Rozada and Juan Rozada | Structural Design: Basam Estructural

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