Tecamachalco (Mexico City). Red annex. Michel Rojkind. 2003

Sport & Wellness, Apartment, Ville,


The walls and ceiling are covered with wood and pressed cardboard, while the exterior is clad in painted steel: Michel Rojkind's home in Tecamachalco, Mexico is truly spectacular.

Tecamachalco (Mexico City). Red annex. Michel Rojkind. 2003 Two stairways link the main house with the annex, which is in turn divided into two volumes: one containing the kitchen and living room and another containing the bedroom and study, furnished primarily in wood and glass. A patio offers a panoramic view of Mexico City, with clear glass panels in place of railings to ensure an all-round view.
The effect is like a small jewel, a unique, cosy little "refuge". The two volumes, expertly juxtaposed, seem to play with one another, inviting the observer in to discover the interior.

Laura Della Badia

Pictures from: www.rojkindarquitectos.com

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