Studio of Aaron Carrillo Architects and Associates has created this stunning house of land on the Yucatan Peninsula, named Temozon House.
They had at their disposal 1,167 square meters, for the house named Temozon House in honor of its location. Street facade does not show what awaits you inside. And just look at this charming courtyard. It can be seen as fully used all the area of the project, both inside and outside. Expansive use of windows in constant visual contact with the house. Initially designing a house with an L-shaped structure, the architects drew attention to the new opportunities and changed the result. They realized that it is better to make one of the corridors at a 45 degree angle so that the use of wind as a natural ventilation of interior space will be a great value. You can find more houses on our Housing Category.