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This 261 m2 house is built on a 298m2 plot of land, which is a fluid space, contained by a continuous ribbon that folds vertically and horizontally, generating slabs and walls, which in turn become completely open or closed facades according to to specific function and orientation.
Project name
Casa Trinidad
Architecture firm
Racma Arquitectura
Location
Texcoco, Estado de México, Mexico
Photography
Arturo Chávez, Carlos Anadón
The overlapping blueprints converse among themselves from their fragmentation with the hill, opening up and integrating with the landscape. The central structure supports the geometric skin of the snake, and its windows allow us to glimpse the depths of human consciousness.
Project name
Ce Acatl
Architecture firm
GAM
Location
Cuaquiahuac, Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico
Photography
Conie Suarez
Coral House speaks of a play of sensations through its elements; the exterior provides a solid form that evokes protection and privacy, with the warmth of its materials: chukum, marble, stone, concrete, and wood, inviting you to discover its interior.
Project name
Coral House
Architecture firm
Alta Arquitectura
Location
Alvarado, Veracruz, Mexico
Photography
Luis Gordoa
The project is located in front of a roundabout on Horacio St. in Polanco. It is formed by 13 apartments divided in two towers of four levels and another parking level. Both towers are connected by a lobby and a stair that goes from the parking level up to the second level.
Project name
Dumas + Horacio
Architecture firm
Central de Arquitectura
Location
Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
Luis Gordoa
In a natural context of rocky mountains with a semi-arid climate, right on the green fringe of the Embankment where the agricultural irrigation canal runs, with abundant fruit trees, pines, oaks and leafy trees. This project is an extreme remodeling and expansion in reference to the radical change with respect to the original construction.
Project name
Casa en el Bosque
Architecture firm
RACMA Arquitectos
Location
Texcoco, State of México
Photography
Antolín Aragón
It is difficult not to fall in love with a small city like Valladolid, one of the oldest in the Yucatan Peninsula at 480 years old, rich in traditions, gastronomy and colonial influences, which captivated this young family and led them to decide to have a vacational place in the area.
Project name
La Pausa
Architecture firm
Artesano Estudio de Arquitectura e Interiores
Location
Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico
Photography
Manolo R. Solis
Casa Gotarrendura is developed within an ecological residential complex, surrounded by more than 1200 hectares of forest. The single-family house project is based on the premise of fully respecting the existing vegetation, making it part of the project and a crucial element throughout the entire house.
Project name
Casa Gotarrendura
Architecture firm
mxtad
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
Casa Q23 was designed for a family of five who love plants, social gatherings and outdoor meals. These led to the conceptual guidelines of the project: large, interconnected spaces, which are always in constant dialogue with the outside, its context and nature.
Project name
Casa Q23
Architecture firm
mxtad
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello