Cluster of red volumes woven with green pockets compose coyote arquitectura’s tulum home

small gardens encourage residents to nurture plant species and grow their own food

In Tulum, Mexico, TULIX by Coyote Arquitectura is a home that seamlessly integrates indoor and outdoor spaces to redefine the concept of urban living. The space is defined by the architects’ playful configuration of red volumes which project an interplay of shadows into interior spaces and onto neighboring structures. To maintain its unique identity, the complex features an exterior finish in a distinctive reddish paste. This further eliminates the need for frequent maintenance and modifications that might alter the visual appeal of the project, reducing long-term costs and ensuring the project’s integrity over time. Meanwhile within, various external and internal microclimates with lush islands of vegetation blur the boundaries between architecture and nature and reinforce an eco-conscious approach.

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