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In an area of 432 m². The idea was to create movement and visual complement from shapes and finishes, taking advantage of the space, making the areas that require collaboration be in a nucleus. The palette of finishes includes: epoxy floor of different colors, Mangata ash porcelain and Creta gray cement, gray scale vinyl paints and plastic laminate...
Project name
Lloyds-Noveltia
Architecture firm
WTF Arquitectos
Location
Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
Arely Medina Q Photo
Casa Vistas is a pavilion of honest materials that seeks comfort based on a principle, simplicity. It is a single-level house sensibly settled on a descending topography with the desire to contemplate the landscape while preserving intimate experiences.
Project name
Querencia Las Vistas
Architecture firm
Central de Arquitectura, Módica Ledezma
Location
Vistas 10 Querencia Golf Club, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, Mexico
The MF Pavilion is a separate extension to an existing single-family home. It is subtly and strategically integrated into the house, creating a new form of productive and complementary coexistence without disturbing the hierarchy of the house.
Project name
MF Pavilion
Architecture firm
GTG
Location
México City, Mexico
Photography
Idea Cúbica, Documentación Arquitectónica, The Raws
Villa Romilia is a group of twin houses on the seashore; the BOIDE team is involved in the interior design of one of the 2 houses by MAGV Arquitectos.
Project name
Villa Romilia
Architecture firm
Boide Interiorismo
Location
Merida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Manolo R. Solís
Casa SRG is a residential dwelling located in the city of Pachuca, Hidalgo. It stands on a plot measuring 7 by 19 meters. The response to the dimensional limitations of the terrain translates into careful planning, where spatial efficiency becomes an essential aspect.
Project name
Casa SRG
Architecture firm
SAVE Arquitectos
Location
Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico
Photography
Iván Marruenda
El Ajusco, a majestic mountain range south of Mexico City, is a sanctuary of biodiversity and spirituality. Its hills and valleys host a lush variety of flora and fauna and have been home to ancestral cultures with a deep and meaningful connection to the land.
Project name
Nauyac
Architecture firm
GAM
Location
Ajusco, Mexico City, Mexico
Tools used
Midjourney, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom
The facade, thoughtfully closed off from the street, reflects a harmonious combination of elements such as a wooden wall in the garage and a graphite aluminum panel on the upper floor.
Project name
Encinos 114
Architecture firm
Garza Tristan Arquitectos
Location
Tierra Verde, Jesús María, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Photography
Armando Garza Tristan
Equestrian San Ramón is a space immersed in the forest of Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico, designed by the Módica Ledezma office. The design intentions focused on leaning towards a materiality that exalts simplicity, providing a geometric order that sought to benefit from the natural environment to solve an equestrian program within a set with diff...
Project name
San Ramon Equestrian
Architecture firm
Modica Ledezma
Location
Avandaro, Valle De Bravo, Estado De Mexico, Mexico
Photography
Zaickz Moz