EPR House by Luis Aldrete
by Harry / September 7, 2013
EPR House by Luis Aldrete in Zapopan, Mexico has two superposed volumes that respond to the morphology and topography of the terrain to "achieve a greater garden area as well as more cubic meters".


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The first, a steel base that gives the feeling of solidity and rootedness to the land, and a second, a box with a finish "based on earth and pigments to achieve a terracotta tone that breaks, generating courtyards that seem incisions, giving views and privacy inside". Photos: Paco Pérez Arriaga. Via ArchDaily.

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