Positioned among the desert of Southern Baja California and the Pacific Ocean, Moon House "Casa de Luna" is the first collaborative project by the F*Money and KBANIA. The firms renovated the house and designed a beautiful and sustainable sculpture with hand. Read more about this striking project below at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):
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Set amidst Mexico’s Baja California desert and the Pacific Ocean, this house beautifully explores the contradictions between interior and exterior. This sculpture is an outdoor living space designed with organic curves.
The roof is covered by the reed which also filters the sunlight, creating a pleasant atmosphere for the hot days of Baja California.
The design nicely integrates with the environment and the use of natural materials help to minimize ecological impact.
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Today, this house became one of Pescadero's most popular landmarks because of this entirely hand-made sculpture. And the architects finished the entire remodeling of the house and the entire outdoor area in just six months.
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