Casa Caucaso, as it’s called, is three-story house in Mexico City that was created by architect Jose Juan Rivera Rio – and his family. A carefully chosen material palette of concrete, wood, marble, glass and mirrors was chosen for their beauty and minimal maintenance. On the ground floor are the house’s service areas with a huge 6-car garage, On the middle level, the house’s main living space is oriented towards the west. On the property’s east side a double bedroom with openings and views across levels creating a sense of openness.
The top floor has a glass paneled bridge, which runs above the “lobby” and a wooden screen above filters light throughout the space. The master bedroom and one more bedroom, each with a terrace, en-suite bathroom and dressing room are on this level with the best views of the grounds and surrounding area.