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Casa Hidalgo is a modern single volume building built on a 123 m² lot in the Historic Center of Oaxaca, Mexico, by the multidisciplinary architecture practice RootStudio. Starting with the remains of an 16th- century building that occupied the site, the studio led by João Boto Cæiro went about recycling and restoring what was left to develop a con...
Project name
Casa Hidalgo
Architecture firm
RootStudio
Location
Oaxaca City, Mexico
Photography
Lizet Ortiz
In the vibrant heart of the Mexico-Toluca Highway, this work emerges that redefines the notion of home: the ZR Apartment. Conceived by Taller de Concepto Taller de Arquitectura, this interior design project is much more than just a living space; It is a sensory experience that fuses modernity with natural warmth to create a sanctuary where everyday...
Project name
Departamento ZR
Architecture firm
Concepto Taller de Arquitectura
Location
Carretera México-Toluca 2822, Lomas de Bezares, Miguel Hidalgo, 11910 Ciudad de México, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Navarro
The Altamira House is located in the city of Zapopan and began as an expansion project of a residence, but grew with the opportunity to acquire the neighboring property. The façade of the house is hidden from the street to create its own interior atmosphere, envisioned by our clients as a space for learning and family enjoyment.
Project name
Casa Altamira
Architecture firm
Clanes Arquitectura
Location
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Photography
Iván Marruenda / Marruenda Studio
Situated atop a hill on a cattle ranch in Santiago de Querétaro, the project comprises a lightweight roof supported by a structure with a concrete base and a metal frame. This framework serves a dual purpose—on one hand, delineating the footprint area, and on the other hand, extending in cantilever towards the west façade. The cantilever is support...
Project name
Espina
Architecture firm
Emiliano Domínguez + Santiago Martínez
Location
Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico
Photography
César Belio
‘Casa Ex Templo’ is located in the first Hispanic settlement in the city of San Francisco de Campeche and dates back to the 18th century. Right in front is what was once the Temple of San José, (patron saint of carpenters and boat builders) and which is where the house takes its name.
Project name
Casa Ex Templo
Architecture firm
Workshop, Diseño y Construcción
Location
San Francisco de Campeche, Campeche, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Casa Robles emerges as a testament to the harmony between family life and work, blending contemporary design with the natural beauty of its surroundings to create a home that inspires and embraces. Located on an orthogonal plot on the outskirts of Guadalajara, Casa Robles stands as a family retreat that seamlessly integrates daily activities and wo...
Project name
Casa Robles
Architecture firm
Araujo Galvan Arquitectos
Location
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
Photography
Rafael Reyes
The commission involved creating a separate funeral chapel from the rest of the chapels in what used to be a parking lot. Therefore, it was decided to take advantage of the building's structure and create three significant moments.
Architecture firm
Clanes Arquitectura
Location
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Photography
Iván Marruenda, Marruenda Studio
The residence is located in San Pedro Cholula and sits on a plot of 125 m² (7.3x17.2), a common proportion in today's private developments. However, this norm often results in a lack of lighting and ventilation that affects the quality of life.
Project name
Casa Cholula
Architecture firm
DCTA | Domínguez Careaga Taller de Arquitectura
Location
San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Leandro Bulzzano