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Featured films.

Teopanzolco Cultural Center by Isaac Broid + Productora
Cuernavaca, 2018

The project is located on a site opposite to the archeological zone of Teopanzolco, a situation that proposes two fundamental strategies: on the one hand to enhance the relationship with the archeological site and on the other to generate a significant public space.

Cantilever House by Robert Hutchison
Seattle, Washington, USA 2018

The building turns its back to the street while opening up to the views to the northeast through a large glazed corner window system. A series of stepped concrete site walls leads you gradually up to a covered exterior entry, which opens onto a compressed entry foyer, which in turn leads to a double height space that welcomes you up a generous stair to the second floor living spaces.

Club de Niños y Niñas by Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica
Chiconautla, Estado de México, 2018

In marginalized or vulnerable areas, lack of safe recreational spaces, violence, vices and insecurity, hinder healthy development and foster the decomposition of social fabric. The starting point for the architectural project was the institutional handbook provided by the Boys and Girls Club of America; which specifies the key elements needed for the children’s wellbeing, as well as the required spaces for the formative programs.


Upcoming video releases.

Desarrollo DSA by CoA arquitectura
Tapalpa, 2018

A road leads into the discovery of a gate that opens up to find a pair of stone-wall cabins placed in the middle of a forest.

Little House by mw|works
Seabeck, Washington, USA, 2018

This compact house is carefully sited in a young forest between a sun-filled meadow and views out to the Puget Sound.

Case Inlet Retreat by mw|works
Lakebay, Washington, USA, 2018

Anchored by a weathered cedar clad bedroom wing, a bold concrete cantilever projects the living and dining into the forest and toward the view.

Helen Street House by mw|works
Seattle, Washington, USA, 2018

A courtyard in the center of the site brings light and private outdoor space deeper into the site. Floating above, the roof plane and master suite are clad in naturally weathered cedar planks.


Previous work

COR CELLARS by goCstudio
Lyle, Washington, USA, 2018

Visitors enter the courtyard between the old shed and the new structure at the same location as the previous entry, maintaining a familiar connection with the past.  Key views and circulation routes are set up east/west through the building giving visitors glimpses of the vineyards beyond. A rooftop terrace offers a unique perspective over the Columbia River and out to Mount Hood beyond.

Kreuzwiesen by HDPF
Zurich, Switzerland, 2018

The project is a replacement building for a typical semi-detached apartment complex. The Y-shaped extension draws froms of its predecessor and thus gives the surrounding green space different qualities of space and the apartments extensive visual transparency of the garden.

Casa TM by CDM | Casas De México
Colima, 2018

A circular garden full of palm trees at the center of this house organizes all the rooms around it. Through a series of small vignettes, the film will capture the activities happening at the garden during a sunny day.

Entrepinos by Taller Hector Barroso
Valle de Bravo, 2018

In the middle of the forest in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, five houses are dispersed in the land surrounded by mountains. Each house (five with the same typology) consists of 6 volumes positioned in such a way that they generates a central patio. The patio, in addition to views, gives silence and privacy.

LC 710 by Taller Hector Barroso
Mexico City, 2018

This colored concrete multi-family housing project, with a thoughtful arrangement of different typologies of apartments, is organized by a group of rectangular patios.

SJA III by CDM | Casas De México
Pacífico Mexicano, 2018

The project takes inspiration from the mutualism of which nature is capable. Preexisting atmospheres, defined by a heavily vegetated rocky slope, were intended to remain in a spatial perception where the individual is submerged in a constant dialogue between the ocean and the mountain.

Courtyard House on a River by Robert Hutchison
Greenwater, Washington, USA, 2018

This small residence located on the banks of the White River five miles from Mt. Rainier quietly blends into the surrounding forest. An entry courtyard serves as a transition space from outdoors to indoors, while keeping the ubiquitous elk herds at bay.

Museo de Arte e Historia de Guanajuato by Nuño, Mac Gregor y de Buen Arquitectos
León, 2018

The museum opened its doors in 2008. This space is projected as the ideal means to detect, study and disseminate the essential testimonies of the action of man through his history; in addition to rescuing and conserving what makes possible the full understanding of Guanajuato's cultural heritage to encourage and increase the value of regional identity.

MEMORY HOUSES: Nine Allegorical Works of Architecture
Seattle, Washington, USA, 2018

For the last three years, Robert Hutchison’s studio has been working on a speculative project that investigates mortality and memory through the lens of architecture. This exploration began as a personal one, when Hutchison realized how quickly dementia was taking over his father’s mind.  Through models, drawings, and objects, the exhibition weaves together a spatial narrative about loss and recollection.

Jardín Botánico by Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO
Culiacán, 2018

By adapting the design to its surroundings, a set of buildings such as cultural areas, educational facilities, laboratories, green houses, storage and administrative offices with public services are able to fulfill a need.

Casa 2i4e by P+0 Arquitectura
El Jonuco, 2018

Surrounded by a foggy landscape, a weekend house takes place on a sloped terrain.

Where the Trees Made the Rules by SIGNAL
Bellevue, Washington, USA, 2018

At once a collaboration between the landscape and building, this project integrates ground plane and canopy experiences, with design and scale of the facility complementary to the existing steep slope, mature trees, and views across Mercer Slough to the City of Bellevue. 

Casa Bedolla by P+0 Arquitectura
El Jonuco, 2018

Two cantilever volumes connected through a staircase organize the program of this house that overlooks the valley.

Centro Cultural Comunitario by PRODUCTORA
Teotitlán del Valle, 2017

In the middle of a village in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, this Community Cultural Center will exhibit the archeological and textile wealth of Teotitlán del Valle.

Casa Palmas by DOSA STUDIO
Texcoco, 2018

In early 2017, the studio was appointed to design a house based on a very low budget and complicated site conditions.  The client was a young woman who approached our studio and requested to design a house for her relatives.

Casa Espigas 41 by Dear Architects
Monterrey, 2017

The house responds to a three part composition, generated according to the function of the deduced programs and as a response to their location. The crown, in yellow, enclosed and up top, is the element with the strongest presence.

Casa VR by Alexanderson Arquitectos
Guadalajara, 2017

Interior gardens organize a series of rooms that open completely to the surrounding landscape.

A ROOM by Matteo Ghidoni + Enrico Dusi
Mexico City, 2017

The ROOM is a 43 sqm triangular space surrounded by 4 meters-high walls. The walls are built in concrete blocks. The external surface of the walls is raw, the internal one is painted in light pink. The ROOM has one circular entrance measuring 2 meters in diameter, and a smaller porthole measuring 60 centimeters placed 2,8 meters above the ground level.

Museografía MXCD01 by PALMA
Mexico City, 2017

In Mexico City, the collective culture and consciousness has learnt to thrive and prosper within a hostile and chaotic environment. At the same time, there has always been a tendency towards reuse and repair rather than discarding, probably more as a result of necessity than an environmental conscience. The exhibition design seeks to portray these characteristics through the use of shredded plastic.