Clearly, Los Terrenos (The Terrains) is breathtaking, covered in mirrored glass that reflects the Mexican woods its buried in. Designed by Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao, there are three small buildings which each have a specific function, palette, and material focus.
The main building includes this mirrored facade which brings the beautiful surrounding woods to the inside. It has an open multi-use living space and a separate terracotta terrace, leading directly to the outdoors. Despite the majority of the structure being made out of the glass, there is a plywood sheathing that can offer a sense of privacy.
A private wing is made of clay and rammed-earth brick houses which have beds on timber platforms, in L-shaped formations, which makes each room individual and unique.
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