In the tropical haven of Puerto Escondido, Mexico, Casa VO/WO by Ludwig Godefroy Architecture stands out. These twin houses, set against the backdrop of the sun-soaked Pacific coast, redefine modern living.
Merging garden with house, the design champions open spaces and simplicity. Eschewing the traditional façade and promoting a timeless aesthetic with concrete, wood, and brick, it invites nature in and celebrates the “patina of time.”
Situated south of Mérida’s historic center, Casa en los Cocos stands as a concrete beacon of contemporary design. Crafted by Ludwig Godefroy Architecture, this distinctive Yucatán abode seamlessly melds prehispanic inspirations with modern aesthetics.
Central to its charm is a garden that bridges the indoor and outdoor realms, showcasing a new paradigm of living in Mexico.
Nestled in the heart of Mexico’s forests, Casa Alférez by Ludwig Godefroy Architecture is a captivating forest retreat that marries the romantic charm of a wooden cabin with the robust security of a concrete fortress. Designed in 2019, this unique haven offers its inhabitants a truly one-of-a-kind living experience.
Nestled between the azure sea and the agave fields of Oaxaca, Mexico, lies Casa Zicatela, a modern concrete marvel designed by Ludwig Godefroy Architecture. This unique weekend house, situated on the picturesque Zicatela beach, next to Puerto Escondido, is a testament to the duality of its surroundings. With the beach and sea on one side and the mountains on the other, Casa Zicatela is a countryside house with a twist.
Built on a compact 300 m2 plot (approximately 3229.17 square feet), the house employs defensive architecture to create an open-sky fortress, blurring the lines between indoors and outdoors. Its design is reminiscent of the massive concrete structures in Normandy, where the designer was born, and the Mexican pyramids that dot the landscape of his adopted home.
Casa Mérida is a single family house project located in the historic center of Mérida, a few blocks away from its main central square, in its colonial area. Mérida is the capital of Yucatán, but also the capital of the Mayan culture, Yucatán representing a large part of the mexican mayan territory.