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12/07/2014 07:00 am ET Updated Dec 11, 2014

This Amazing 'Wind House' Is Really All About Its Lighting

There's a truly breathtaking home in Tlajomulco, Jalisco, México. The four-room house, designed by Agraz Arquitectos is called "Casa del Viento" or "Wind House," a name inspired by the work of artist Adrian Guerrero and his pinwheel-style sculpture, "La Espiga del Viento." The house is located directly in view of the stunning Primavera Woods.

Even though the house is called the "Wind House," we can't help but think the house should be renamed as the "Lighting House" for its spectacular use of both natural and artificial lighting, which the company says was done with the help of a lighting specialist. Take a look at some of the bright ideas below.

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This Amazing 'Wind House' Is Really All About Its Lighting
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