Nicolas Schuybroek took this neglected 70’s house and turned it into a minimal dream house. The obvious design element that I covet is all of that mazing marble both in the kitchen and bathrooms. The patterns and colors in the stone make for a stunning piece of art. The house is in Mexico city and was odd having four stories, I guess no one wanted it. The large glass panels that rest on a pivot point and open to the outside are a nice architectural element. I appreciate the wood walls strategically places throughout the house. The color palette is fairly harmonious in all interiors.

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