Mexican architecture: three residences that do not leave one indifferent

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Acumen takes you to Mexico to find three personal homes with sudden architecture. Overlooking a seashore, blending into the irregularity of nature or contrasting with its strong concrete appearance, these residences are as totally different as they're impressive.

The Extraviada House – em-estudio

On a inexperienced hillside dealing with the Pacific Ocean, the Extraviada House is the idyllic retreat within the Oaxaca area. It was designed by em-estudio, dealing with the sea and integrating with the typography of nature with out missing in modernity. The concrete buildings the constructing, mixing with the stone and wooden in a shade near the earth. The just about absent walls give strategy to giant openings, permitting air to circulate, a lightness of quantity, and an imposing view. 

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Aguacates Home – Francisco Pardo Arquitecto 

So as not to disrupt the avocado subject, architect Francisco Pardo designed this home integrated into the land. Buried, the residence is dressed within the vegetation of its surroundings with a roof on which avocado timber grow. As for the interior, it affirms the prowess of the architecture. A skillful mix of concrete and wooden from the region is revealed by several mild wells that punctuate the areas. Zenithal openings that permit the house to be illuminated throughout the day. 

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The Zicatela House – Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

The Zicatela Home is an ideal mixture of recent and traditional. Impressed by Aztec temples, architect Ludwig Godefroy designed this home close to Puerto Escondido. An structure that performs on duality. That of temporality by proposing monolithic volumes impressed by trendy bunkers and Mexican places of worship. And that of the materials, which play between the nice and cozy colours of wooden and the cold colours of concrete. In a minimalist inside, the home invites you to a shocking keep. 

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