Tag Archives: Mexican architecture

Interconnected house in Mexico City

Located in an area of Mexico City that has a determining topographic condition towards the ravine; on a plot with a narrow frontage, which prompted Manuel Cervantes Estudio to analyse how they could achieve maximum spaces with good lighting and a relationship with the outside.
The architectural starting point generated a total spatial and visual integration with the...

Mexican townhouses

Ananda is a complex of 13 townhouses located in Mérida, Yucatán Mexico. The project designed by OWN, is developed in a uniform volume sectioned by openings and solids that jointly accommodate pedestrian accesses and carports. Creating contrast through materials and textures generated by three-dimensional triangles, based on sacred geometry, the pattern of the flower of life is formed as...

Casa Aviv Tulum, Mexico

Discretely nestled in the verdant outskirts of Tulum, Mexico, a short distance from both the beach Casa Aviv is a contemporary holiday residence of minimalist rigour and handcrafted allure, effortlessly in tune with its natural surroundings. Local architecture studio CO-LAB Design Office have intimately connected indoor and outdoor spaces, both spatially and visually, to create a peaceful haven in...

Surf Break House Mexico

Casa Sal started when RIMA Design Group client approached the studio to design an off-grid home for his property on the East Cape road in Mexico famous for surf breaks. The location and the views are as good as can get for a remote location that is also accessible to town by a newly paved road, which...

Stone Cabin – Mexico

Casa BGS consists of two small cabins connected in the middle with no embellishments or smoke and mirrors. Located in the Tapala forrest Mexico the site was chosen for the existing trees. The volumes are positioned to avoid any removal of any trees, making them a central feature of the view. Designed by Alvaro Moragrega architects, each cabin consists of a simple 2 story...