In the untouched landscapes of rural Mexico, JSA Architects constructs Casa RF. Inspired by the work of minimalist artist Donald Judd, the residence is comprised of three geometric volumes situated among the rugged terrain. Each concrete monolith is defined by its own domestic function, while a continuous pathway running through the center connects the individual structures, creating a single-family home. Inside, rich wood accents warm the cave-like interior, and large voids in the frame cement frame in views of the rugged landscape.
Photos: Rafael Gamo / JSA Architects