Casa Ibarra is a Boutique Hotel located in a sixteenth century historical property, recognized by the Mexican government, due to its architectural value.
The project intends to merge and dialogue with the rugged topography of the site in a ludic and free style. At the same time recover the local materials and typology.
Attached to the edge of a cliff overlooking a 100ha site, the house has stunning views of a waterfall and the surrounding tropical cloud mountain forest.
The proposal was to create this production center for the making of gourmet sauces in order to be sold to the end buyer through a fair trade commerce in an innovative way.
Designed from the philosophy of participatory design low tech high customization.
Designed under the premise that form and configuration of architectural space influence the users experience and behavior.
Piedra “Stone” is the duality of a sculpted volume. An organic motionless element deprived from part of its essence to become something else.
Innovative building that seeks to step out of conventional paradigms, creating spaces that combine industrial aesthetics within an inviting environment.
Industrial aesthetic inspired by the design trend of the loft, achieving open spaces that respond to the sophisticated way of living.
Inspired in collective workspaces where the design elements are meant to interact with the user to promote creativity.
It surges under the premise to increase collaborators creativity, this is accomplished through the distribution of informal open spaces, and the use of unconventional materials and colors.
Tulum Hotel is a boutique beach hotel, where the guests will be immersed in the mystic and provocative ambience of the Caribbean.
An urban intervention that seeks to dynamize the urban life of the west side the Mexican city of Puebla
This school is a social, low-cost project which main target was to be warm and welcoming for the kids.
The design intention for this project was to generate a link between the building, and the natural environment of the area through full visual connections in most of the spaces.
Tosepan Kajfen is a Coffee Shop owned by the Tosepan Organization, in the Mexican mountains of the state of Puebla.
Ibiza is a mixed-use project that defies the old fashion and dehumanizing principles of real estate developments.
The project is developed in the old paradise farm amidst nature and remnants of the ranch.