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Casa Banderas emerges as an architectural endeavor rooted in the reutilization and recycling of a previous, yet unrealized, architectural proposal, adapted harmoniously to its new location in Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico. The act of recycling, in this case, has granted the opportunity to rediscover and reimagine the untapped potential of this pr...
Project name
Casa Banderas
Architecture firm
REA Studio
Location
Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico
Photography
Rodrigo Calzada – Albers Studio
Cohaus is a coworking space located in the heart of the historic center of Querétaro. The project harmoniously combines the rich heritage of the place with contemporary design elements, creating a unique and inspiring work environment.
Project name
Cohaus
Architecture firm
Heryco
Location
Reforma 1, Querétaro Downtown, Mexico
Photography
Ariadna Polo
Tucked away in a serene, wooded enclave, The House of the Tall Trees is a mesmerizing weekend retreat for a family of four. The choice of the location was an integral part of the design process, involving the client in the selection of a perfect forested plot.
Project name
House of the Tall Trees
Architecture firm
1i Arquitectura y Diseño Estratégico
Location
Rancho Avándaro, Estado de México, Mexico
Photography
Ariadna Polo
House Kupuri 27 is located in Litibu Bay. The design is based on a fusion between rustic materials, managing to create a space that respects and highlights the simplicity and beauty that stands out in the small details.
Project name
KUPURI 27
Architecture firm
Central de Arquitectura
Location
Punta Negra, Nayarit, Mexico
The project is conceived as a reinterpretation of pre-Hispanic Mexican cuisine and an architecture that seeks to make flavors the protagonists of the space. The essence of the project is reminiscent of pre-Hispanic architecture, the staircase access, the sensitivity produced by textures, the management of geometric games within the space, the exper...
Project name
FOLKLORES COCINA DE MÉXICO
Architecture firm
Araujo Galvan Arquitectos
Location
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Photography
Cesar Béjar
Nook House possesses neutral materiality and pure geometry. It is surrounded by a garden with an irregular perimeter, which facilitates a gradual transition between the intimate atmosphere of a domestic space and the hectic routine of city life.
Project name
Nook House
Architecture firm
Zistema
Location
Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
Alan Isaac García
In the world of design and architecture, the pursuit of originality is a constant challenge that drives creative professionals to explore new horizons. Each project is an opportunity to blend functionality and aesthetics on a blank canvas, and this case is no exception.
Project name
Design House 2023
Interior design
Cuaik CDS
Location
Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
Zaickz Moz
UAVI, an ephemeral pavilion, stands before the beach, inviting visitors to imagine what it would be like to live in a coastal environment. This structure gracefully rises above the sand, a lightweight wooden creation that appears to seamlessly merge with the surrounding landscape.
Project name
UAVI
Architecture firm
PPAA
Location
Litibu, Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico
Photography
Rafael Gamo