As designers and architects, we have been obsessed with Mexican architecture for a while. A recent visit to Tulum and the East coast of Mexico only peak our curiosity more.
After returning to Puerto Vallarta and the length of shelter in place due to COVID-19, we have enjoyed returning to our educational roots and explore the different types of modern Mexican architecture.
One of the more interesting examples of contemporary Mexican residential buildings is Casa Merdia designed by Ludwig Godefroy, not only for its form but also his development of inspiration from traditional Mayan roads. The original article is found on dezeen.com and all photos are their property.