Located just over thirty miles outside of Mexico City, this bungalow in the tiny town of Tepoztlan was conceived as a wilderness refuge by Mexican architecture firm Cadaval and Sola-Morales. Set on a hill, the LMM Bungalow’s large windows open up views to a beautiful garden, pool, and neighboring valley.
The architecture firm designed the house with a simple palette of concrete, glass, and steel. Meant to be used as a house where guests stay only temporarily, the vast amount of the space in this building has been allocated to the bedroom and kitchen. The unusual shape of the space was intended to give a more clean line between the living and sleeping spaces without creating completely separate rooms. All things considered – we think this is a spectacular place to run off to.
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