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e-architect selected what we feel are the key examples of Mexican Houses, with a focus on innovation and strong design quality.

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We cover completed Mexican residential buildings as well as new building designs.

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Key Recent Residential Architecture in Mexico, alphabetical:

10 Feb 2022
San Ignacio, Nayarit
Design: Palma Architects
San Ignacio Nayarit House Renovation
photograph : Luis Young
San Ignacio, Nayarit House Renovation
San Ignacio is a renovation and addition project of a house located in the state of Nayarit in Mexico. The client’s requirement was to renovate the existing building that harbored the rooms, which were in very poor conditions, and the construction of two new volumes, one that could function as a flexible space for photo shoots and different creative expressions, and the second as an outdoor living space that would allow a direct relationship with the pool.

10 Feb 2022
Casa de Abejas, Merida
Design: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
Casa de Abejas, Mérida, Mexico home
photograph : Leo Espinosa
Casa de Abejas Merida
Casa de Abejas is a single-family home located in the downtown of Mérida , Mexico; a few meters away from the emblematic Paseo de Montejo. The intervention contributes to the conservation of housing uses in the area through the reuse and improvement of an existing construction.

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19 Oct 2021
Hill in Front of the Glen , El vaquerito, Morelia, Michoacán
Architects: HW STUDIO
The Hill in Front of the Glen Michoacán
photo © Cesar Bejar
The Hill in Front of the Glen, Michoacán
The architecture is like an accent on the words of a poem, like a comma or a question mark, but never the actual poem itself. The poem is already written by the pines, the oaks, the sweet acacia, the fireflies, the road, the fence, the neighbor’s water well, the earth, the orchard, and the nightingale.

5 May 2021
Casa Jardin Escandon, 19 Agricultura St, Escandón, Mexico City
Redesign: CPDA Arquitectos
Casa Jardin Escandon México
photograph : Jaime Navarro
Casa Jardin Escandon, Ciudad de México
The housing development is a mixed-use complex. The Escandón neighborhood had a recent boom in the past years, with a fresh and youthful vibe. Art deco buildings coexist with landmark facades and new contemporary buildings.

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Mexican Houses News 2020

9 Apr 2020
Casa L&J, Zapopan, Jalisco
Architects: Alvaro Moragrega / arquitecto
Casa L&J Zapopan
photo © Fernanda Leonel
Casa L&J, Zapopan Jalisco Property
Alvaro Moragrega, a renowned Guadalajara-based architect, is proud to unveil Casa L&J, a residential project adjacent to a golf course in Zapopan, Mexico. Seeking balance between inspirational views and client privacy, the architect designed an L-shaped scheme, with the residence’s main volume, encased in steel and glass, serving as a barrier between the private areas of the residence and the adjacent golf course.

31 Dec 2020
Casa Colorada, Valle de Bravo, Mexico
Design: Once Once Arquitectura
Casa Colorada Valle de Bravo
photo : Camila Cossio
Casa Colorada, Valle de Bravo
Casa Colorada is a country house in the colonial and tourist town of Valle de Bravo, 140 km away from Mexico City. Valle de Bravo is located 1600 meters above sea level and has a privileged microclimate since temperatures slightly vary throughout the year, setting the average at 22 degrees centigrade.

17 Jan 2020
CMV House, Avándaro, Estado de México
Design: Estudio MMX
Casa CMV Valle de Bravo Mexico City
photography : Rafael Gamo
Casa CMV in Valle de Bravo, Mexico City
The main actor is not the CMV House, but the landscape. The breath-taking force of a natural landscape like this one, must not be eclipsed, but complemented and strengthened. While programming a space on the site, architecture must follow the virtues of the site and nature.

24 July 2020
CRA House, Avándaro, Estado de México
Design: Estudio MMX
Casa CRA Coyoacan Mexico City
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Casa CRA in Coyoacan
The CRA House is located within a residenial country club in Avándaro, Estado de México. The country club, like many others in Mexico, establishes general design criteria and suggests, with emphasis, the use of specific forms and materials. Given the mountain character of the site, the regulaton infers the need to preserve the rustic character of the place through architecture.

23 July 2020
CVC House
Design: Estudio MMX
Casa CVC Coyoacan Mexico City
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Casa CVC in Coyoacan, Mexico City
This Mexican property design is generated from the articulation of the garden´s exterior spaces, terraces and the central patio with the spaces that were required by the client, as a way to generate a dialogue between the built space and the open space.

29 June 2020
Terraza / Rancho Sierra Allende, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Architects: fabián m escalante h | arquitectos
Terraza / Rancho Sierra Allende, Guanajuato, México
photo : Jorge Succar
Terraza / Rancho Sierra Allende, Guanajuato
Terrace “Rancho Sierra Allende” is a multifunctional recreative space which purpose is to offer its users the ability to get involved in various activities. Its location allows getting involved in different social activities while enjoying the view and its surroundings, while taking advantage of its proximity to a water volume.

12 June 2020
Alencastre 360 House, Mexico City
Architects: HEMAA
Alencastre 360 House West Mexico City
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Alencastre 360 House in West Mexico City
This new Mexican property is located on a corner in the West side of Mexico City. It responds to three key premises: the preservation of previously existing trees as core elements of the project, the isolation from the street’s inherent transit, and the incorporation of an ample architectural program on a plot with limited dimensions.

27 Mar 2020
River House, Valle de Bravo
Architects: Luciano Gerbilsky Arquitectos
River House Valle de Bravo Mexico
photograph : Héctor Velazco Facio
River House in Valle de Bravo
River House is a 1,200 square meters construction designed in a wooded area of Valle de Bravo. This project is composed of two spaces, one private and one open divided by a river that starts at the main entrance and surrounds the entire house.

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Mexico Homes News 2019

27 Oct 2019
Pedegal House, Mérida, Yucatán
Design: R79 taller de arquitectura
Pedegal House Merida Yucatan
photograph : Manolo R Solís
Pedegal House in Mérida, Yucatán
The succession of blind volumes on the exterior of this residence is faithful to R79’s position of “not showing” and enabling the complete understanding and enjoyment of the space only to those who have been granted the confidence to enter the house.

18 Sep 2019
H12 Apartment House in México City

25 Apr 2019
Casa Huizache, San Miguel de Allende
Architect: Paul Cremoux W.
Casa Huizache in Mexico
image Courtesy architecture office
Casa Huizache
A new house and studio for a painter responds to a series of topics such as the relationship with the physical context, the needs of the client, security and a limited budget.

Mar 27, 2019
House A in Valle de Bravo
Architects: Metodo
House A in Valle de Bravo Mexican Houses
photography : Tatiana Mestre
House A in Valle de Bravo
Architecture has the capacity of situating us in space, and making the inhabitability of a site possible. In many ways, it is the most powerful tool that humans have to fully interact with its surroundings and natural environment.

23 Mar 2019
Sidral House

14 Mar 2019
Casa Cozumel, Quintana Roo
Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos
Casa Cozumel in Quintana Roo Mexican Houses
photograph : Rafael Gamo
Casa Cozumel in Quintana Roo
On the beautiful island of Cozumel in Quintana Roo, this 1,325 sqm luxury residential project is located on a 5,200 sqm site with 38 meters of beachfront, offering superb views of the Mexican Caribbean.

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Mexican Houses News 2018

Aug 17, 2018
T&N Villa, residential La Laguna I. Puerto Cancún, Q.ROO
Architects: sanzpont [arquitectura]
New Villa in Puerto Cancún
image Courtesy architecture office
New Villa in Puerto Cancún
The residential project is located on lot intended for single family housing. The property extends over two floors, with a basement level for parking, and a roof level.

23 Feb 2018
Amsterdam 75 House, Hipódromo, México D.F.
Design: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
Amsterdam 75 House in Mexico City
photo : Jorge Hernández de la Garza
House in Hipódromo
Amsterdam 75 is located in the neighborhood Hipodromo of Mexico City in a rectangular area where the intervention consisted of solving 5 departments of different types and an additional dwelling which is inside an old house catalogued by the Institute National of Fine Arts.

Mexican Houses Archive

Mexican Houses up to and including 2017

Dec 22, 2017
Casa Ithualli, Monterrey, Ciudad de México
Design: Miró Rivera Architects (MRA)
Casa Ithualli, Monterrey - Mexican Houses
photograph : Adrián Llaguno | Documentación Arquitectónica
Casa Ithualli, Monterrey
This is a modern residence that will be raffled off on Friday, December 22 in a nationwide lottery to raise money for college scholarships.

10 Nov 2017
Casa AR in Mexico City
Design: ARCO Arquitectura Contemporánea
Casa AR Mexico City House
photograph : Jaime Navarro
Casa AR Mexico City House
Casa AR is the result of remodeling and extending a residence —in a 1,000 sq m lot constructed in the 80´s— located on the west side of Mexico City.

4 Nov 2017
House OM1, Guadalajara
Architects: AE Arquitectos
House OM1 Guadalajara - Mexican Houses
photo © Lorena Darquea
House OM1 Guadalajara
A property conceived as a solution to balance two different concepts: the first was to create a space where modern-day needs such as intimacy or leisure are sufficed; the second requirement was for the house to have an old fashioned aesthetic where wood and stone were the main materials used.

8 Sep 2017
Irekua Anatani House, Avandaro
Design: Gerardo Broissin of Broissin Architects
Irekua Anatani House, Avandaro, Mexican Houses
photo : Alexandre D’ La Roche
New House in Avandaro
The name Avandaro comes from Purepecha (native language) word that means, place of the orchard. It was a territory originally inhabited by the tarasco indigenous people, from whose language this house takes its alias, Irekua, Family house, and Anatani, to be under a tree.

17 Aug 2017
Casa SFA, Torreón
Design: Arqmov Workshop
Casa SFA Mexican Houses
photo : Rafael Gamo
Contemporary House in Torreón
The SFA house is a refurbishment project that is faithful to the client’s specific requirements. Arqmov Workshop initially suggested a brand new project, given the previous (quite unfortunate) refurbishment work on the property.

Aug 9, 2017
SCI-Arc Faculty Design New Social Housing for Rural Mexico
SCI-Arc Faculty Design
Social Housing for Rural Mexico
image © John Enright of Griffin Enright
Social Housing for Rural Mexico
Mexico’s Institute of the National Fund for Workers’ Housing selected six SCI-Arc faculty to finalize designs addressing housing needs in a variety of environmental and economic climates across Mexico.

13 Jun 2017
Casa Nirau in Mexico City
Design: PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa Nirau Mexican Houses
photo : PCW
Casa Nirau in Mexico City
The project foresees the opportunity to use reinterpretation as a consistent creative tool. By mimicking orientation strategy and a very simple functional diagram, the new construction relinks to the notion of history and accustomed-living behavior patterns.

28 Apr 2017
Casa DTH, Zapopan, Jalisco
Design: Elias Rizo Arquitectos
Casa DTH Mexican Homes
photograph : Marcos García
Casa DTH, Zapopan
Casa DTF was built within the confines of a private residential community and raised privacy issues. In the case of Casa DTF the house program was resolved in three levels. The program distribution allows for a clear separation of private and public functions.

20 Apr 2017
Casa GG, Tapalpa, Jalisco
Design: Elías Rizo Arquitectos
Casa GG
photograph : Marcos García
Casa GG in Tapalpa
The project of the GG house came from a very particular commission. Our client, a middle-aged single man, wanted to build a weekend house in the clearing of a forest, on a property in the woods. In addition to the topographical constraints, we found that the project assumed unusual requirements in terms of privacy that allowed a more open relationship between spaces and the environment.

18 Apr 2017
Casa Oval, Zapopan, Jalisco
Design: Elias Rizo Arquitectos
Casa Oval
photograph : Marcos García
Casa Oval in Zapopan
The commission for casa Oval came from a young family with clearly defined needs and aspirations. This project presented a challenge that has become increasingly prevalent among Mexican architects: to build a house in a cloistered residential community that often imposes arbitrary, traditionalist aesthetic restrictions on all construction.

17 Apr 2017
Casa SE, Zapopan, Jalisco
Design: Elias Rizo Arquitectos
Casa SE
photo : Marcos García
Casa SE in Zapopan
Casa SE was built in a traditionally residential quarter located in the western parts of Guadalajara. It was commissioned as a permanent home for a family of 4 adults.

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