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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
The "Casa Gemelas" project aims to revitalize the historic core of Mérida through collaboration with a young couple of investors, adapting to the changes brought about by the onset of the pandemic.
Project name
Casa Gemelas
Architecture firm
Slash Design Studio
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Eduardo Zizumbo Colunga
A leisure home designed in a single level to accommodate a retired couple and their guests. The house was built on a regular 20m x 20m lot located in a golf club in the city of Mérida. The architectural solution of a single level was an important decision that allowed to obtain an additional 10% of land occupation (COS) and take advantage of the na...
Project name
Casa Country
Architecture firm
Arista Cero
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Cesar Béjar
The exterior structure of the house is characterized by strong geometric lines and robust forms, typical of the brutalist style. The main facade blends with the topography of God's Finger and is clad in rough concrete panels, creating an interesting contrast with the natural textures of the surroundings. Large glass windows frame the stunning views...
Project name
Casa Paracho
Architecture firm
GAM
Location
Dedo de Dios, Michoacan, Mexico
Tools used
Midjorney AI, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom
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
This 261 m2 house is built on a 298m2 plot of land, which is a fluid space, contained by a continuous ribbon that folds vertically and horizontally, generating slabs and walls, which in turn become completely open or closed facades according to to specific function and orientation.
Project name
Casa Trinidad
Architecture firm
Racma Arquitectura
Location
Texcoco, Estado de México, Mexico
Photography
Arturo Chávez, Carlos Anadón
The overlapping blueprints converse among themselves from their fragmentation with the hill, opening up and integrating with the landscape. The central structure supports the geometric skin of the snake, and its windows allow us to glimpse the depths of human consciousness.
Project name
Ce Acatl
Architecture firm
GAM
Location
Cuaquiahuac, Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico
Photography
Conie Suarez
Coral House speaks of a play of sensations through its elements; the exterior provides a solid form that evokes protection and privacy, with the warmth of its materials: chukum, marble, stone, concrete, and wood, inviting you to discover its interior.
Project name
Coral House
Architecture firm
Alta Arquitectura
Location
Alvarado, Veracruz, Mexico
Photography
Luis Gordoa