Without overrating or trying to create an unnecessary living hyperbole, this space is what I would, unreservedly, call majestuous residential project. There’s a study of simplicity through complex architectural processing of natural materials and resources that makes Miguel Aragones’s vision a truly wonderful one.
The extent of his architectural imagination goes beyond time and space, creating a perfect alignment of useful and solemn design. In short: living in a house conceived by Miguel Aragones is like living in a museum.
Casa Salomon is just another example in that direction, as being Miguel Aragones’s latest creation. The descriptive discourse presenting Casa Salomon itself is incredibly epic, dignifying the oratory of an architectural historian more than anything, hinting at the real source of Aragones’s inspiration: Luis Barragan, Ricardo Legoretta – the very epitomes of Mexican Architecture. He may not be as colorful, but the subtlety of the shapes and lines created by Miguel Aragones will surely outlive him and class him among the world’s most eminent architects.