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The "Casa Rosales" project is a response to the effects caused by the earthquake of September 19, 2017 that hit several regions of Mexico and that collapsed part of the Rosales family's home in the rural community of Tlalnepantla Morelos in the center of Mexico.

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cultural and social context Edit

Tlalnepantla Morelos is a rural community in the center of mexico

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Local building materials and building techniques

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earth and climate Edit

Tlalnepantla is located at the foot of the mountain in the center of Mexico.

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Project details
Project name: Casa Rosales
Description: Rural housing with earth
Category: housing
Design: Israel Espin Arquitectura
Building status: in use
Location: Tlalnepantla Morelos, Mexico
Coordinates: 19°0'34.2'' N, 98°59'43.3'' W
Tags: community, vernacular, traditional technique, recycled recources, earth
Project ID: 794
Published: 11 April 2019
Last updated: 14 November 2019
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