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Place that turns you into a spectator of the calm of the sunrises using concrete and carbonized wood

Place that turns you into a spectator of the calm of the sunrises using concrete and carbonized wood Architects: Jaime Copado, Francisco Sarabia Location: Cajititlán, Jal., Mexico Year: 2016 Area: 1.400 ft²/ 130 m² Photo courtesy: César Béjar Description: "This project was commissioned by a couple of friends he...

Home that offers panoramic views and the reflection of the sky on the lake as soon as you pass its threshold

Home that offers panoramic views and the reflection of the sky on the lake as soon as you pass its threshold Architects: Luis Daniel Salazar Machado Location: Tapalpa, Jalisco, Mexico Year: 2014 Area: 9.149 ft²/ 850 m² Photo courtesy: Eduardo Sendra Dueñas Description: "Tapalpa, proclaimed pueblo mágico (magic town)...
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