Mexican ceramic tiles are the ultimate in luxury design, and that’s exactly what’s on display at this year’s Villa Nova Villa del Tejano in San Antonio.
The $1,200,000 house is built on a hill overlooking Tejanos valley.
It’s a true testament to the artistry and craftsmanship of Tejeno artisans, who have created ceramic tile in a variety of styles and materials, including white ceramic, black ceramic, gold ceramic, brown ceramic, green ceramic, and blue ceramic.
The Tejones are known for their meticulous detailing and meticulous detail in the designs, and Villa Nova is no exception.
The house is so ornate that the original tiles used to build the house have been painstakingly preserved in a glass vault that will hold the house’s original tile.
“The idea for the house was born out of my passion for ceramics,” says architect and designer Antonio Rodriguez, who also created the Villa Nova villa.
“I love how the colors are so different.
The colors are a reflection of the culture.”
The Tejonas first built a stone house in the 1800s.
“It was a dream to have a stone castle in the mountains,” says Rodriguez.
“So I went to the local Mexican ceramic makers and asked them to design a castle for me, and they said yes.”
The house was then constructed on a sandstone hillside overlooking the Tejón Valley.
“As soon as I saw the finished product, I was so proud of myself,” says Ortiz.
“There is something special about the Tejonans work that we are now seeing in the United States, so I wanted to bring that to Mexico and show that it’s just as beautiful and unique as it is in Tejuan,” says the architect.
“A ceramic tile is a masterpiece, and I’m really proud of this house.”
The Villa Nova was designed by Antonio Rodriguez and his team, and the house will be finished in the summer of 2018.
The Villa Villa del tejano is located on the southern tip of the Tejas Peninsula, and is only accessible via a four-lane highway.
“We have been a Tejonian family for 100 years,” says Teresa Sanchez, a longtime member of the Villa Villa Del Tejana family.
“If I’m going to live in this house, I want to be able to walk to my office in a car that’s as good as a Tejona one.”
The home was designed as a home for the Villa, as well as a guest house.
It is one of several residences in the Tejoño community, which stretches from the Gulf of Mexico to Mexico City.
Villa Nova’s designers say the design reflects Tejoan traditions, as it features a white, brown, and green ceramic tile floor, a terrace, and a two-story, two-level garden.
The interior also features a large, open-plan living area, a large garden, a garden room, and an infinity pool.
The terrace is also covered in a green ceramic.
There are also terraces and terracotta gardens for dining and relaxing.
“This is a beautiful house that will take you through the beautiful Tejoón tradition of decorating your home with colors,” says Tejado designer Sergio Gomez, adding that the Villa will also feature the traditional tejón house theme.
“When you visit the Villa and see the green, white, and red tiles, it’s a great feeling to be here.”
The original tiles for the Tejaón house were used in the early 20th century in the construction of the Montecristo, a 17th century palatial villa in the area.
The original Montecris was designed in the 18th century by a Tejooan architect named Gustavo de Jesús Vásquez.
The Montecrists estate was the most expensive in Mexico when it was purchased in 1885.
Villa del tristán is a very small community.
The village is home to more than 400 people.
Villa de tejeno is located near the southernmost tip of Tejas in the southern Tejas district of Villa Nova.
The villa is located in a rural area of Tejoños Province in the south of the country.
Villa Del tristano was officially opened on June 6, 2018.
Villa da tejana was built in the spring of 2019 and opened in late 2019.
The home has an impressive gallery of artworks, including work by Diego Rivera, Gustavo da Jesúso, and Pedro Rodríguez, who created the original Montecarlo villa from Tejoña stone.