Nestled among the vegetation of the Oaxacan coastal town, the Puerto Escondido Concrete House makes the most of its modest footprint. The entire structure is formed from concrete, including the walls, gabled roof, floors, lofted sleeping platform, stairs, and kitchen sink and counter, which extends out onto the patio, forming the main eating area. Concrete patios extend out from multiple sides, creating both the eating area and a place for lounging by the concrete pool, while slatted wooden blinds provide both privacy and shade.
Photos: Camila Cossio & Edmund Sumner / Aranza de Ariño
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Can you tell me whether this house would keep cool when it is really hot outside?
well they made this house in Mexico, so i guess the concrete walls have layers inside for that!