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River House in Valle de Bravo

Mar 27, 2020

Architects: Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos

Location: Valle de bravo, México

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

Photos by Héctor Velazco Facio

River House, Valle de Bravo

River House is a 1,200 square meters construction designed in a wooded area of Valle de Bravo. This project is composed of two spaces, one private and one open divided by a river that starts at the main entrance and surrounds the entire house.

This grand project harbors an underground wine cellar with the ideal temperature and lighting, it has a capacity of 400 bottles. Next to it, we can also find an underground high-tech multimedia room.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

On the terrace, you will find an exterior kitchen worthy of the best chefs in the world with a stone oven, Viking Grill, Teppanyaki iron facing a dining table for 14, lounge areas, pool, and gas chimney. The interior kitchen and its 6 meters high ceiling gives service to the breakfast room which is surrounded by a steel and glass structure facing the garden, river and surrounding forest, and to the interior 12 seat dining room. After dinner, you may enjoy the main living room alongside the double-height main entrance with a wood fireplace that warms the whole house on chilly evenings.

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The private area, a three-level section, contains 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and balcony created to enjoy alone time facing the river. On the lower level, there is a full spa with sauna, Hamman and massage area. At the turn of every corner, you find interior gardens that intertwine open and closed spaces.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

The house was built with steel framing which allows for wide areas with large windows and double-height ceilings. Earth-tone coating stones are used for the façade. Glazed tiles on the ceiling, Alamo wood window frames, and railings, as well as black aluminum frames.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

A steel and glass bridge connects the two volumes and allows views of the natural surroundings and the architecture of the house.

Valle de bravo home design by Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos México

Dark grey stones, mahogany wood, detailed topography, and the surrounding vegetation and river are combined to make River House feel like it is part of nature. The architectural language, created from layers of different materials, dilutes the structure in the scenery. With this, the hard elements like volcanic rock and concrete are softened. The window lattices are made with black anodized aluminum. The structure is created with black steel sheets.

Valle de bravo home design by Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos

The house is composed of several volumes, with slanted ceilings that meet at a central point. The highest area is the one containing three levels that harbor private bedrooms and private family areas.

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The second volume, with two high ceilings levels, contains the social and service areas. The interior living and dining room beside the exterior living and dining areas lead to a terrace that allows connecting with the outdoor. The pool alongside the social area makes a transition between the house and the exterior landscape.

The basement hosts a wine cellar with ideal temperature and lighting and an art & high-tech multimedia room.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

Alongside the river sits a Jacuzzi next to a fire pit, it is surrounded by comfy chairs wrapped in warm sheep’s skin. A full bathroom is located near the area.

The central pieces are two horseshoe chandeliers, one is nine-meter high and the second one is six meters high, falling through each of the homes´ levels. Each balcony is intended for reading and enjoying the view and sound of the water.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

River House, Valle de Bravo – Building Information

Design: Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos

Location: Valle de Bravo, Mexico
Area: 1,200 square meters
Date: March 2018

About Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
More than an architectural firm, Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos is a space consultant that integrates architecture, design, and art. Our firm was created in Mexico in 2011 with a philosophy that accentuates the importance of detail in every space.

The experience of Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos allows us to have a wide variety of projects: urban development, buildings, homes, week-end houses, restaurants, commercial stores, offices, and undertakings remodeling. Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos is made up of individuals who are passionate in each of their specialty and committed to esthetics and comfort as key elements in life.

Interior designers, architects and project, illumination and furniture design managers work together with artists who are integrated into our projects. We form a team focused on design – to create, produce and fabricate in association with administrative and commercial developers.

River House Valle de Bravo Mexico

Photographer: Héctor Velazco Facio

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Location: Valle de Bravo, Mexico, North America

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