Grupo Arquitectura have designed an intriguing home in Mexico City that features two buildings connected by steel beams. One area acts as the main house, while the other is the service location. Elevated glass flooring in turn provides with insane views of the wildlife that is present just underneath, all while providing the sensation of walking on top of the forest.
Natural sunlight is welcomed in almost every area of the home, as sunshades can be pulled down when the outside lighting is too intense. In addition to the steel beams, the house was built with a mixture of concrete and metal structures, alongside heavy duty wood. The entire structure of the house can be seen from outside of the residence, while all of the interior furnishings were imported from luxury brands.