Nestled amidst the verdant splendor of Mexico City, Casa AYG epitomizes harmonious living with nature. This concrete structure, envisioned by celebrated designer Miguel de la Torre mta+v in 2022, respects the land’s inherent qualities while delivering a streamlined functionality.
Comprising four distinct levels and a meticulously designed perimeter garden, this sanctuary blurs the lines between indoor living and the outdoors. By subtly integrating typical materials with innovative design elements, Casa AYG minimizes environmental impact, illustrating the future of sustainable residential architecture.
Located in Mexico City, Mexico, the AYG House is a residence designed by Miguel de la Torre mta+v in 2022.
The challenge was to design the building in such a way that it respected the land as much as possible, taking advantage of its qualities. The architectural proposal had to fulfill certain regulations of the site, like making reference to some “typical” materials. Concrete volumes were resolved with certain elements of metal structure, making its reading very light. Additionally, a perimeter garden was designed to subtly integrate the house into the natural landscape.