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Located in the Mediterranean area of Bonaire, near the coast, is CRX, a newly built house, which stands out for the mimicry of the natural materials that make it up.

Its heart is made of concrete, its arteries of oak wood and its veins are rocky.
The interior floor is monopolized by a fine and irregular, rough concrete surface, which is finished vertically with walls and hidden carpentry made of textured French oak.

The rest of the vertical white cladding accompany the remarkable naked concrete structural elements.
The house has two floors united by an uncoated helical staircase, vertically paired with a spherical LED lamp anchored by gravity.

The lighting is based on millimeter profiles inside and outside the house, penetrating the concrete like precise surgical incisions.

Project Management & Design: J. David M. Jofre
Copyright: Arturo+Lauren