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For Basalto1028, it is important to create spaces that adhere to a fully integrated design, giving equal importance to both the interior and exterior of the project. This is how P10 is conceived as a synergistic residence that takes into account contrasting materiality, volumetrics that play with light entries, and comfortable spaces.
Project name
Casa Pino 10
Architecture firm
BASALTO10VEINTIOCHO
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
Casa Gotarrendura is developed within an ecological residential complex, surrounded by more than 1200 hectares of forest. The single-family house project is based on the premise of fully respecting the existing vegetation, making it part of the project and a crucial element throughout the entire house.
Project name
Casa Gotarrendura
Architecture firm
mxtad
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
Casa Q23 was designed for a family of five who love plants, social gatherings and outdoor meals. These led to the conceptual guidelines of the project: large, interconnected spaces, which are always in constant dialogue with the outside, its context and nature.
Project name
Casa Q23
Architecture firm
mxtad
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
The “Casa Relámpago” Bar is located in the ancient city of San Pedro Cholula, Mexico, a few meters from the Great Pyramid of Cholula, an archaeological site that shapes and determines the urban and aesthetic conditions of the area.
Project name
“Casa Relampago” Bar
Architecture firm
Estudio Tecalli
Location
Cholula, Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
MoMa House is located in the Puebla Province of México, in the municipality of San Pedro Cholula. This town is one of the growing areas of the Puebla Valley, and yet, there still are many agriculture parcels, clay furnaces, factories and traditional workshops still run by local families.
Project name
MoMa House
Architecture firm
Estudio Tecalli
Location
San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
"Casco Parque Mexico" is a clubhouse for a housing cluster located in one of the most important, and fastest growing residential areas in Puebla. The building was projected with two main objectives: to function as a coexistence and leisure center for inhabitants and visitors of all ages, and serve as archetype for future residences within the clust...
Project name
Casco Parque México
Architecture firm
MXTAD
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
Principal architect
MXTAD
Design team
MXTAD
Casa Ragu is built upon an irregular, sloped corner lot. These conditions were the base for the development of our first conceptual design pillar: a house projected in half-levels following the topography of the lot.
Project name
Casa Ragu
Architecture firm
MXTAD
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
Casa Quintana I is the first part of a project of two vacation homes. Located in the center of the magical town of Valle de Bravo, estado de México.
Project name
Casa Quintana I (Quintana House)
Architecture firm
MXTAD
Location
Valle de Bravo, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello