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Concrete house hidden in forest

Located in the coastal forests of Mexico’s Oaxaca coast, this minimalist concrete house censors the crowd, offering all the benefits of dodging the beach.

Designed by architect Aranza de Arino and creative director Claudio Sodi and built entirely from raw concrete, this house can maintain cool temperatures throughout the year.

Especially on hot days, two-storey wooden shutters can be opened, offering a cool breeze and a spectacular view.

There’s a spacious, modern bathroom with large windows that open out from the shower, and a lofted bedroom accessible by internal stairs.