Keeping Cool And Warm Within A House in Chihuahua

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Mexico-City based Architecture studio, PRODUCTORA, has made climate bearable for a golf club community in Chihuahua, Mexico. On a descending landscape, the team has planted a 375-square-meter angular house –literally into the slope– to use mother nature’s soil thermal mass. With the rural city’s temperature ranging from minus ten in the winter to a searing forty degrees Celsius during the midst of summer, this house is a relief to the golf community with its diverged patios, roof openings, and tranquil views.

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