Category: Architecture Published on 06 Nov, 2012 Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Inspired by traditional processes, CASA DEL AGUA emerges as a nostalgic brand that evokes and appeals to that which is well made, to the practical, to the timeless, but especially to the beautiful. Man, machine, and nature come together in a common language, unafraid to speak with clarity and purpose. CASA DEL AGUA is the encounter between past and present speaking with a high sense of “honesty and transparency”. Also known as “El Agua Local” (The Local Water) or –“De Barrio” (Neighborhood) because it collects, distills and harmonizes on site, CASA DEL AGUA is instinctively contemporary, yet passionately classic. With conviction, it represents everything that is worthy for what it “is” and not for what it “intends to be”.

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project by TH INC (Héctor Esrawe – Ignacio Cadena) – images © Jaime Navarro


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