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Casa Santana

CC Arquitectos builds timber-framed Santana House in Mexican woodland (Dezeen

Casa Santana is a space for people to come together, made of wood and other local materials, that blends with the lush Mexican natural landscape.

Casa Santana is a space for people to come together, made of wood and other local materials, that blends with the lush Mexican natural landscape.

© Maurizio Angelini

Horse Stable / 57STUDIO

Image 17 of 32 from gallery of Horse Stable / Photograph by Maurizio Angelini

MANUEL CERVANTES CESPEDES / CC ARQUITECTOS, Orchid Pavillion | photo by Rafael Gamo

Gallery of The Architectural League Announces Emerging Voices of 2015 - 2

Legorreta+Houses | Mexican Architect Ricardo Legorreta Passes Away

According to the architect, the solidity and grandeur of Casa Kona was conceived over a dinner, and provided an opportunity to create a home for art for a perfectionist and discriminating client.

Casa Bulcke by Cristian Hrdalo

Cristian Hrdalo adds perforated panels of weathering steel to the exterior of a concrete house near a golf course in Santiago, Chile

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CC Arquitectos builds timber-framed Santana House in Mexican woodland (Dezeen » Architecture)

CC Arquitectos builds timber-framed Santana House in Mexican woodland (Dezeen

Courtesy of Paco Ulman

First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia,© Paco Ulman

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CC Arquitectos builds timber-framed Santana House in Mexican woodland (Dezeen

spaceworkers®, Fernando Guerra / FG+SG · Cabo de Vila

Cabo de vila is a house for a young couple that wanted a house that doesn't look like a regular house.

A dining room with wood chairs and table, hanging lights, and plate-glass windows.

Secluded Mexican House A Splendid Mashup of Wood, Stone, and Glass

CC Arquitectos builds timber-framed Santana House in Mexican woodland (Dezeen

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