This project, by Mexico based practice T38 Studio, is situated in Tijuana, Mexico. With impressive views to the city, the design brief was to develop a relationship between the interior and exterior spaces. T38 has done this by introducing gardens and terraces at every level of the house, along with large areas of glazing to maximise of the views of the surrounding area. With the irregular shaped site, and significant level changes, the architects have achieved a flow of circulation through split levels and perpendicular wings of the house. The materials are local and minimal, with brick, steel, glass and wood.
The photographs below demonstrate a feel of the house, however, take a moment to study the plans to appreciate the use of inside/outside spaces, the circulation through the areas of the house, and the expressive colour drawings of the building. Enjoy!
All images and drawings courtesy of T38 Studio.
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