In scarce 122 square meters Casa Momoto by Taller Estilo Arquitectura is developed making reference in each of its details to the bird which the house is named after; the mayan blue, the neutral elements like a canvas for the color pallete in the plumage and the simplicity of its habitat.
Reticular House by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. This project seeks a connection between architecture and the natural world, a connection where the building embraces the landscape and vice versa, a connection where architecture submits to the natural environment and where the natural environment is interwoven in a grid that generates open and closed spaces, allowing the existing vegetation to be integrated and to become an essential part of the new building. Photography by Tamara Uribe.
Tree House is a project designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. From the first visit to the site where the Tree House is located, three premises for the project were evident, “the permanence of an ancient Zapote tree, the need for more openness in the space, and to cause the least impact on the natural and built environments.”
The Lemon Tree House designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura is a single-family residence that develops on two floors. Its composition, divided into two clear sections: the first area, where the main access from the street is located and is occupied by the existing construction and the second area where the bedrooms and central courtyard are located. The courtyard functions as: terrace, pool and as a connection to the new building. The terrace, acts as a distribuitor, housing the beginning of the stairway and allows access to the bedrooms.
RC 80 House is a project designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. The historic background of the building and the cultural and social value were the characteristics that inspired us for the interpretation and intervention of Casa RC 80. An irregular lot and some pre-existing elements give this home a unique character.
Raw House is a project designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. “If we talk about architecture, in recent years it seems that the trend is to use synthetic and innovative materials, which are at the same time more expensive.”
Canto Cholul House is a project designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. Immersed in a 2300 square meter plot containing around 60 trees is Casa Canto Cholul, a project that seeks to create a dynamic, spatial and formal coexistence between nature and architecture. Curved walls made with stone from the region and pigmented cement embrace the trees as if trying to fit in, these being the ones that give a welcome into the house; paths between trees and shadows direct to the main entrance of the building.