The Bugambilias House, a 263-square-metre pink villa in Merida, Mexico, was designed by Taller Mexicano de Arquitectura. The project is intended primarily as a refuge, facing its current environment and closing the interior, considering that the community is under development and there are some unsafe issues. Formally, the aim of the house is to form a grey concrete basement on the ground floor, above which there is an integral volume of coloured concrete that contrasts the two floors. The use of raw materials is a characteristic thing that deliberately seeks these to age with the passage of time.
Sergey Makhno | Viter House