Designed under bioclimatic and sustainable criteria for the best thermal condition and rain water use. The property has a high efficiency electrical installation, natural daylight, natural humidity control, it was but with local materials.
Located in San Cristóbal de las Casas, a “pueblo mágico” that lives Mexico's richest cultural diversity, surrounded by bromeliad trees, hummingbirds and water holes.
This one family residence has three levels. The architectural design is exclusive and sustainable. The construction features a natural and bioclimatic heating system. The house’s water cycle is sustainable and it reduces the water consumption down by 80 percent, plus it offers the best water quality for human consumption. The electrical system reduces consumption of energy by 40 percent.
The materials and finishes are of high quality and they reduce CO2 emissions and organic volatile compounds. Interior design is exclusive of artisan handwork.
The house has 3 bedrooms with a full bathroom and closet each.
An equipped Kitchen, living and dining room, with a light filled family room. There is a half restroom for guests, and a photography room which can be used as a multi purpose room. There is also a dark room for photography development.
Downstairs is a wine cellar with space for up to 3,000 bottles.
Parking garage for two cars.
Also included is a service staff room with a full bathroom, three terraces, and a garden space with a beautiful pool.