Parque Humano architects Jorge Covarrubias and Benjamin Gonzalez Henze from Mexico have designed some impressive buildings.
Such as the Casa en el Bosque (house in the forest) overlooking Valle de Bravo located 95 miles (150km) from Mexico City. The key design concept was continuity between the landscape and the building and the glazed structural window system helps to bring the outside in. What a location and design. Light, nature, and natural building elements - lot of wood and stone.
Another magnificent example is Casa Club Bosque Altozano, steel framed house covered by local stone - caged stone more often seen used for roadside noise reduction walls. This house is located on a natural ledge in hillside overlooking Montana Monarca in Morelia, Mexico.
Casa en el Bosque
Casa Club Bosque Altozano
Images Paul Rivera, ArchPhoto