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Choloacoyan Chapolin
Designed by Jesus Avila

From: México city, Mexico
Shelter location: Mexico
Date accepted: July 1, 2009

The shelter is located in the Chapultepec forest in Mexico City. Its name is written in Nahuatl language and it means ‘Grasshopper Shelter.’ The interior of shelter is very simple, consisting of an individual bed and a table of 120x80cm. Two skylights provide illumination, while the windows and door regulate the ventilation. The covering is concrete with a rustic finish so that it seems like an old construction.

Choloacoyan Chapolin
Choloacoyan Chapolin
Choloacoyan Chapolin
Choloacoyan Chapolin

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