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The Mayans believed that the moon and the stars had an influence on the earth and its surroundings. This was reflected in their architecture, as they believed that the moon and the stars had a direct impact on it.
Project name
Eterna
Architecture firm
Arista Cero
Location
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
As part of the process we were inspired by the proportions of Mayan architecture to create this project. Mayan architecture was one of the most advanced of its time, and even today its proportions are a source of inspiration, using its design principles, we have created a modern project that reflects the past.
Project name
Templia
Architecture firm
Arista Cero
Location
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The interior design of this residence begins from a space with a great interior-exterior relationship, previously proposed by the architect. So, architecture and interior design had to work together. Our starting point, for the conceptualization of the whole house, was to use that relationship and integrate it using as an axis the longitudinal and...
Project name
Casa Rayada
Architecture firm
BOIDE ESTUDIO
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The central concept on which the project is based is the symbiotic relationship between architecture and the surrounding nature. The aim is to create interconnected spaces that allow for the enjoyment of the tranquility of the gardens, while taking advantage of the benefits of natural ventilation and lighting. The design seeks to merge the interior...
Project name
Casa de Mar
Architecture firm
Binomio Taller
Location
Merida, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Casa Encanto is a restoration and remodel project of a “casona” from the early XX century, located in Mérida, a few meters from the emblematic Paseo Montejo. The project aims to contribute to the preservation of the residential use of Merida’s Historic Center by reusing the existing construction and giving it a new life.
Project name
Casa Encanto
Architecture firm
Binomio Taller
Location
Merida, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Casa Pulpo is a Yucatecan house from the beginning of the last century that is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city. The original bay houses a room and the living room, both retain their high ceilings with the traditional white metal beams and their wooden beams, whose treatment was based on leaving the wood exposed with reminisce...
Project name
Casa Pulpo
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The façade was with modifications, humidity and signs of deterioration.The conservation of some original moldings with detachments was observed, blacksmith elements in the oxidation state and non-original aggregate elements such as, an access gate to the garage and a fixed glass that blocks pedestrian access.
Project name
Casa Dos Sueños
Architecture firm
Park Estudio
Location
Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The Italian ‘studiolo’, during the Renaissance of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, was a room or chamber of a palace where the owner could retire to a private environment, often lavishly decorated, dedicated to reading, studying and writing. Located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Mérida, this space was conceived as a home-s...
Project name
Studiolo
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe