If you plan on heading to Mexico this year, spend a couple of days in the MA House, located just outside Mexico City in the pre-Hispanic village of Tepoztlán. The gorgeous mountainside landscape is the main influence for the MA Houses design. The stone material used throughout the house compliments the surrounding area, creating a relationship between the house, the landscape and its inhabitants with the walls framed of windows and the volcanic stone material used for the interior. The stone material accentuates the homes authentic environmental context and also requires little need for maintenance and is low cost. The three forms that make up the structure meet to create patios overlooking the countryside for occupants to enjoy the warm climate, lush scenery, and serene experience. Designed by architect Eduardo Cadaval, MA House is a desired spot for your next vacation.
Source: CADAVAL & SOLÁ-MORALES