Zicatela House / Ludwig Godefroy

What this concrete house lacks in cosiness, it makes up for in sculptural appeal. Designed by Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy, the Zicatela House, named for a nearby beach in the port town of Puerto Escondido, Mexico, is built like a fortress. And like a port dwelling in ancient times, the home’s design channels defensive architecture — via Curbed

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