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Designed by renowned Mexican architect Javier Senosiain, this project is in Itú, Brazil, within a private dwelling complex provided with a golf course surrounded by the lush vegetation of the area and located at just 120 kilometers away from the city of San Paulo.
Project name
Amoeba House (Casa Amiba)
Architecture firm
Javier Senosiain
Location
Itú, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Francisco Lubbert, archivo Senosiain
Antonio Duo: As a sculptural monolithic piece, this house designed in a town of Zacatecas, Mexico named Jalpa, which means in Nahuatl “place over sand” enhances this concept through his introspective atmosphere with the off white color of the piece abducted from the natural color of the sand in the zone.
Project name
Jalpa House
Architecture firm
Antonio Duo
Location
Jalpa, Zacatecas, Mexico
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max , Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Designed by Mexican architecture firm Mauricio Ceballos X Architects, Casa Mague located in an ancestral place at Malinalco, Mexico; surrounded by abundant vegetation, on the slope of a hill next to one of the three monolithic pyramids of the world, an Aztec ceremonial center, the site was carefully chosen by the clients due to its unique micro-cli...
Project name
Casa Mague
Architecture firm
Mauricio Ceballos X Architects
Location
Malinalco, Mexico
Photography
Diego Padilla Magallanes
Zozaya Arquitectos: Ixtapa or Zihuatanejo are complementary parts of the route along the coasts of the southern state of Guerrero. These are twin towns, only 6.5 kilometers apart, although with very different personalities. Ixtapa was for many years a coconut plantation, now it’s home to high quality hotels, resorts, luxury restaurants and first-cl...
Project name
Ámbar
Architecture firm
Zozaya Arquitectos
Location
Ixtapa, Guerrero, Mexico
Photography
César Belio, Heiko Bothe
Architect Rafael Pardo's buildings are almost sculptural: concrete prisms intersecting to form domestic spaces. In each of his projects he seeks to push the properties of concrete to the limit to achieve greater formal expressiveness, so that the material becomes structure, wall and finish. This publication narrates the premises and processes of hi...
Title
Rafael Pardo - New Brutalism
Author
Rafael Pardo
Category
Architecture
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Casa Canela designed by Workshop Diseño y Construcción aims to respect and honor the historic values of colonial architecture of Yucatan, in a pure and sober way, combining with contemporary details and comfort of current lifestyle in order to create a small oasis in the middle of the city.
Project name
Canela House
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe