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Transformadora Ciel: A Productive Co-Working Center with A Green Roof

Completed in 2012 by Rojkind Arquitectos and AGENT, Transformadora Ciel is a transformation project of Foro Ciel into a productive co-working center for the activities of the Transformadora Ciel program. The goal is to create a functional co-working space with green areas.

Casa Aviv: A Unique House with Warm Grey Polished Cement Walls and Handmade Finishes

This house sits in the jungle discretely, only a short distance from the crystalline cenotes and Tulum beach. Casa Aviv is designed and built by Collaborative Design Office as a unique house with handmade finishes. This unique house is highlighted by its warm grey polished cement walls that contrast with black terrazzo floors.

Casa Areca: A Vacation Home Built from CMU Blocks and Reinforced Concrete

This vacation home is positioned on a narrow lot carefully in the lush landscape of Areca Palms to preserves existing palms and trees. Casa Areca is designed by Collaborative Design Office that built from CMU blocks and reinforced concrete. This house offers a peaceful atmosphere through its abundance of windows.

Tulum Treehouse: A Uniquely Beautiful and Welcoming Collaborative Space in the Middle of Tropical Jungle

It is a uniquely beautiful and welcoming collaborative space situated between the Caribbean coastline on the vibrant of Tulum, Mexico. Tulum Treehouse offers comfortable facilities with windows that open to the spectacular views of the jungle. It is the best place where one can enjoy the surrounding nature and also experience rich culture.

Soma House: The Construction of A Third Level and A Big Opening in A Home

Completed in 2015 by Viga Arquitectos and Fernanda Canales Architecture, Soma House is an exercise to reinvent a home within a structure that did not work. Located in Mexico with 390 m2 in size, this house is designed based on walls and windows’ delimitation. It also involves the construction of a third level and a big opening.

Fatima House: The First Single-Family Housing Project in Mexico with NBK Ceramic Cover

Located in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Mexico City, Fatima House is designed by Hernández de la Garza with an architectonic program for a young couple. It is the first single-family housing project in Mexico with NBK ceramic cover. This project is completed in 2014.