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Casa Cocol was part of an old house from the Porfiriato era and that over time was subdivided until it had its currents dimensions with 165 square meters of surface. Casa Cocol transmits a sense of tranquility and comfort, through the use of its materials, colors and textures, highlighting the pieces of Mexican folk art obtained from different corn...
Project name
Casa Cocol
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción, Taller Estilo Arquitectura
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, México
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Casa 3 Piedras gets its name from the old tortilla mill that once housed inside its stone walls. This Yucatecan corner is surrounded by fruit trees creating a small colonial paradise within the city, ideal for relaxing and enjoying the space.
Project name
Casa 3 Piedras (House 3 Stones)
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe Manzanilla, Manolo Solis
This project seeks a connection between architecture and the natural world, a connection where the building embraces the landscape and vice versa, a connection where architecture submits to the natural environment and where the natural environment is interwoven in a grid that generates open and closed spaces, allowing the existing vegetation to be ...
Project name
Reticular House
Architecture firm
Taller Estilo Arquitectura
Location
Mocochá, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Located a few steps from one of the most emblematic avenues of the city of Mérida, Casa Maca is a historic former residence from the Porfiriato era. Visitors are transported to the past, where they are easily captivated by the vitality of the structure’s colors and textures.
Project name
Casa Maca
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, México
Photography
Manolo R. Solís, Tamara Uribe
Casa Houlpoch is an old Yucatecan house from the end of the last century that gets its name from a snake from the region that regularly “visited” the property's ruins.
Project name
Casa Huolpoch
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The trees stay! This was the initial phrase in the interview with the owners of the property, a pair of preexisting galleries, the first one with a shed covered in soot, barely noticeable the color of the clay roof tiles, and the second one covered with metal sheets was almost unable to sustain.
Project name
Door To Mérida House
Architecture firm
Taller Estilo Arquitectura
Location
Calle 78 número 484 B por 55 y 57 Colonia Centro. Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe, Marina Guzmán
The concept and name of the project El Nido stands for nest and comes from the Latin word nidus. The term refers to the shelter that birds build with branches, straws and other elements. Just as they make their nests, the goal of this house was to achieve a refuge to be inhabited and enjoyed without major complications, creating a project of great...
Project name
Casa El Nido
Architecture firm
Taller Estilo Arquitectura
Location
Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
Casa Sol is a private oasis in the heart of Merida’s historic district. Located in the Yucatan península, this restoration project merges nature with history. Casa Sol offers a space for its owners to leave the busy city behind; here they can relax under the shadows of the trees that surround the pool.
Project name
Casa sol
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe