A four-story building, twelve units, and a harmonious circular courtyard are the main constituents of the MX581 housing complex by local firm HGR Architectos. Located in a vibrant neighborhood in Mexico City, the development boasts a naturally infused style of design. The facade is accented with vegetation and the most strikingly gorgeous part of the development is the Japanese-inspired circular courtyard.
The garden is enclosed and semi-private. The yard is landscaped to perfection and it embraces the tranquil connotations. From the comfortable benches and low-cut grassy patches to the focal point of the vegetative space which is a Japanese guava tree, the MX581 layout's features are sure to create an agreeable and homey environment for its residents.
Photo Credits: Diana Arnau