Casa V by DMP Arquitectura
by Ted Savage / November 2, 2012
A home in the slow-to-change town of Tlayacapan, central Mexico, Casa V by DMP Arquitectura coexists with red-tiled roofs, streets paved in stone, and the sprawling, historical former monastery of San Juan Bautista.


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Three volumes, with a central hub and clearly delineated public and private spaces, are surrounded by a generous garden that significantly defines the site. Via Plataforma Architectura.

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