Studio Architects completed the style of T House, a 2,820-square-foot property in Tulum, Mexico, composed of 3 separate studios. From an aerial view, the studios — named Earth, Wind and Fire — form the letter “T.”
“The client, a trend designer from New York, wanted an integrated method to a Caribbean paradise, with numerous textures and color accents,” the architects mentioned. “The goal was a composition of volumes and shapes, rhythms and textures, catching the visitors by surprise at each corner.”
The personal backyard attributes polished cement walls, surrounded by lush vegetation, and a longitudinal swimming pool. The Earth and Wind studios, on the ground floor, have views of the entrance garden and the pool the Fire studio looks out above the back garden from the second degree. Every single has a kitchenette and bath.
Enjoy the virtual tour of this simple and elegant home in Mexico, and let us know what design components catch your eye! [Info supplied by Studio Architects photography by Pablo Garcia Figueroa]
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