13 Homes in Pinkish Orange Concrete Add a Splash of Color to Mexico City

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Project details:

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Architect: Miguel de la Torre Arquitectos / @mta__v

Photographer: Jaime Navarro / @jaimenavarrophotography

From the Architect: “Real de los Reyes is a group of houses located in the Coyoacan borough, south Mexico City. The area is full of recreational places for everyday life, from outdoor cafes, restaurants, art galleries, and ice cream parlors to tree -lined and cobblestone streets Real de los Reyes is a complex of 13 houses, each 320 meters square and distributed over three levels, with ample parking, a roof garden, and patio.

“Real de los Reyes offers luxury and comfort for its inhabitants through its spacious plan, security system, and thoughtful architectural finishes. These features allow the homes to adapt to different lifestyles, families, and individuals. The versatile interior spaces are designed to meet the needs of daily life, and they offer the possibility of customizing the finishes.

“The facade is made of orange pigmented concrete with a lattice with circular perforations that create a feeling of lightness and allow discrete connection with the outside. The characteristic color of the construction makes it a focus of attention when passing through the area.”

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