RIMA Arquitectura has designed Bacatete concrete house in Mexico City. This concrete home own environment with gardens surrounding the structure helping to create an indoor/outdoor connection.
The lush greenery juxtaposes the industrial building materials, including exposed concrete, wood, stone, carbon steel plate, and glass, with outdoor pathways that help give the feeling of stepping away the busy city.
The single family residence spans three floors (+ a basement) with two cantilevered volumes that stretch out creating overhangs.
Gardens appear at the front and back of the house with a walkway over the basement garden that starts at the entrance of the property and extends to the rear.