Architect Hector Barroso’s concrete housing is built around three patios | It’s often the most awkwardly shaped plots that offer the best opportunities for architectural experimentation and forward thinking; and this latest work by Mexico City-based Taller Hector Barroso is a case in point. The boutique residential development may sit on an unusually long and relatively narrow lot #architecture #design
Casa Quatro is an outstanding 580 square meter contemporary house located in Tungurahua, Ecuador. With a plot that drops 4 meters from the main level of the street, and different arrangements that established the conceptual design, the house is established with a "C" structure that embraces the exterior, generating a central courtyard as the core of the project.
A predominantly concrete and architectural lateral first floor, five bedroomed location house in London tucked behind a row of Victorian terraced houses, and concealed within the walls of a former industrial unit.