Love this little retreat/cabin in the hills of Mexico. Small and straightforward, yet delightfully evocative.
For starters, it’s a truncated box, with a patio covered a triangle of canvas as an awning that completes the rectangle from above… with a bonus that the canopy is supported/suspended by a nifty steel beam perched on the cabin’s roof.
The cabin itself rests on a foundation that’s a tad smaller, making it all appear to hover and float off the ground.
Board formed concrete lends a nice texture and scale to the whole thing, left natural within but painted black on the outside — something that I think works really well, creating subtle highlights and a rich ‘charred wood’ look that lets the building fade well into the landscape.
Enclosed on three sides, the last side is slick steel and glass, stretching towards the light and the world.
A small retreated of simple elements designed with care and flair. Great work.
Bungalow H by ET.co