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Designed by architect Andrés Stebelski, this innovative home features a tessellated layout alternating between modern courtyards and cubic structural segments. The black metal frame maintains a thin profile to allow an unobstructed view over the gardens and into the neighboring rooms. Located just west of Mexico City the site posed several important constraints: such a free and open design would not have been practical without the addition of a tall perimeter wall to protect the privacy of the occupants. And without the courtyards, the perimeter wall would have made the home feel claustrophobic. What a beautiful solution!