Properties in Oaxaca, Chennai, London and Venice Seaside function in June’s homes of the month.
Our newest roundup of the month’s hottest homes features a rural retreat overlooking the Pacific Ocean, a monolithic Mexican house and a dusty pink extension in London.
Learn on to search out out extra about Dezeen readers’ favorite homes from June:
Cometa Home, Mexico, by Mauricio Rocha and Gabriela Carrillo
A rural retreat overlooking the Pacific Ocean within the Mexican state of Oaxaca was the most well-liked home on Dezeen this month.
Positioned on the sting of a nature reserve within the coastal city of Mazunte, the house is unfold throughout an open-sided, timber-framed construction with a thatched roof and two stone towers organized round a pool and several other terraces.
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All-white home, Mexico, by HW Studio Arquitectos
Additionally in Mexico, HW Studio created a monolithic white home that has no exterior home windows. Its facade is damaged solely by a recessed doorway and storage.
Internally the austere house is organized round three courtyards that allow gentle into the dwelling areas and three bedrooms.
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Pigment Home, UK, by Unknown Works
In London, Unknown Works added a dusty pink extension to a Victorian townhouse in Hampstead.
The extension stands alongside a multi-level backyard that accommodates pink concrete retaining partitions and steps to match the extension.
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Karai, India, by Rain Studio
Rain Studio mixed uncooked and reclaimed supplies to create a house in Chennai that it describes as “native but modern”.
Named Karai, the home was created from clay tiles, earthenware pots and compressed earth bricks and is surrounded by fields that lead straight onto a close-by seashore.
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Oxford Triangle, USA, by Matthew Royce
Set on a triangular website on Oxford Avenue in Venice Seaside, this industrial home was designed by architect Matthew Royce for his household.
The house, which includes subterranean swimming pools, is constructed from board-formed concrete, glass and copper panels.
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