Arquitectura Nativa has completed a home in Mexico for a retired archaeologist and their partner, using “rudimentary and artisanal techniques” that help the home blend into its surroundings.
Casa Martha is located on a steep and rocky site facing the ocean in La Misión, a small village situated roughly halfway between the cities of Tijuana and Ensenada, in the Baja California region of Mexico.
The La Misión home by Arquitectura Nativa stretches across three levels
Three levels step down a hill, forming the living spaces for a couple and their guests.
Local architect studio Arquitectura Nativa laid out the most public areas of the home on the lowest level. On this
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