The San Antonio Hacienda was built in the eighteenth century on the foothills of Mount Zapotecas, west of the city of Puebla. The project involves the recovery of a property with historic value, and designing seven apartments that through their contemporaneity also give testimony to the history of the place.
The courtyards are a clear example of the conjugation between the past of the site and the architectural intervention, where materials like wood and glass fuse with the elements of the hacienda, creating comfortable spaces that demonstrate the uniqueness of the place.
Taking advantage of the dimensions and characteristics of a space like this, seven loft apartments are designed, where double heights and mezzanine levels are constant, creating living spaces that are lived openly both inside and outside, creating open common spaces that are discovered as one walks through the building.
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