One man's retired parabolic modules are another's weekend retreat. When clients inherited these six structures dating back to experimental architect Juan José Diaz Infante’s modular housing project in 1970—Kalikosmiaweaetxdyvaydzcwq—they decided to realize them in their former glory.
Productora, a Mexico City–based architectural studio, took on the task of recycling these found objects to create one 970-square-foot home on a plot of land in Tlayacapan, Morelos, Mexico—a town located in central Mexico one hour outside of the capitol. Reassembling the pieces was the first priority, which was achieved by forcing the archways together, and then covering them with a new sheath of polyester and fiberglass. From the outside, the finished product is a voluminous, space-age home with multiple entrances.
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