Posted on September 23, 2010

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Architecture in Light Colors: Casa Palo Blanco in N. L. Mexico

From architect Gilberto L. Rodriguez comes Casa Palo Blanco, an impressive white residence located in N.L. Mexico. Due to the unusual exterior, the lack of large windows and the tall vertical structures, the residence could be mistaken for a contemporary fortress with watch towers. We imagine the view up there must be something else, especially when there is a fabulous built room to watch it from. Winner of many important architecture awards, this house impresses not only because of its innovative exterior but also due to its modern interior design. A beautiful fireplace is the focal point of the living-room, combining natural elements with cutting-edge decorative items. The furniture definitely fits the environment generating an elegant and sober overall atmosphere.

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