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Casa Aviv

Set in the lush jungle in Tulum, Mexico, Casa Aviv is a modern concrete paradise and reposeful haven. Designed by architectural studio CO-LAB, the house is a study in geometric volumes, light, shadow, and considered living. In one volume, a striking double-height living space extends directly out to a peaceful pool and garden. A second parallel volume accommodates four tranquil ensuite bedrooms, and the property is topped with a plant-filled 360° roof terrace. Custom-made fittings feature throughout Casa Aviv, from lighting and furnishings designed by local artisans, to grey polished cement walls and black terrazzo flooring.

Design: CO-LAB Design Office
Photographs: César Béjar

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