Clad in mirrored glass, Los Terrenos camouflages itself with the reflection of its Mexico woodland setting. Under its gabled roof is the main living space. The glazed facade immerses the interior in the surrounding landscape while plywood sheathing offers a sense of privacy. Large hinged doors open out onto a terracotta terrace, allowing for a direct connection with the outdoors. A volume made of clay and rammed-earth bricks houses the private wing. Featuring beds on raised timber platforms, its L-shape provides views unique to each room.
Photos: Rory Gardiner / Tatiana Bilbao Estudio