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Taller Hector Barroso

Taller Hector Barroso is an architecture studio in Mexico, named after its founder, Hector Barroso Riba, who founded it in 2008. Taller Hector Barroso's project has a "quiet in the woods" mood, which conforms to the environment of the site, welcomes the beautiful natural landscape and lives in harmony with nature.

Hector Barroso graduated from Universidad Anahuac Mexico in 1982. Since graduation, he has been engaged in the design industry for 38 years. In 2017, his work won the AZ award for best residential architecture in Canada. In the same year, he won the gold medal of young architects in the Mexico biennale. In 2019, he won the 9th IDEA TOPS award for best residential architecture.

Taller Hector Barroso is committed to using the natural resources of each place to stand out, such as the surrounding vegetation, the composition of the soil, the geographical location and so on, to create a building scheme that integrates with the environment. They insist on creating unique works in the natural environment.

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    Design Works

    • Cabo Sports Complex

      The new venue for the Mexican Open (Tennis) lies in one of Mexico’s most beautiful landscapes, on a dessert site in Baja California Sur, separated from the beach by the Cabo San Lucas-San Jose del Cabo highway.
    • DDH House

      Architecture studio Taller Héctor Barroso has fully revamped the decades-old DDH House in Mexico City for a family of five, including new facades clad in dark brown stucco that looks black.
    • House in Avandaro

      The main aim of Taller Hector Barroso was to create a "building that belongs to the place and blends in with the surrounding forest".
    • LC 710

      Taller Hector Barroso prefers to use natural colours to get closer to its natural surroundings. The materials were chosen based on the city's humidity, low maintenance cost and durability.
    • Entrepinos House

      All five houses have identical interiors, with six functional areas connected to each other and enclosing a central patio. The atrium enjoys good views, quiet atmosphere and intimate comfort.
    • Sierra Mimbres

      The project at Taller Hector Barroso has a "quiet in the woods" that embraces the site, embraces the beauty of the landscape, and is in harmony with nature.
    • Tucan House

      The house is connected to the environment and becomes part of the landscape, allowing people to think about their surroundings. Wind, natural light and sound control the house and form an integral part of it.
    • Lorena Saravia

      Inspired by Mexican designer Lorena Saravia's definition of elegance, simplicity and geometric purity, the Lorena Saravia project is located on Avenue Masaryk in Mexico City.