29 Dec '16, 3am
Mexican winery built from recycled wood and rammed earth blends into the valley landscape
<a href="http://inhabitat.com/tag/mexico" target="_blank">Mexico’s</a> booming wine country of Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California recently welcomed the chic <a href="http://www.bruma.mx" target="_blank">BRUMA winery</a>, a large complex constructed with a natural materials palette to blend beautifully into its surroundings. <a href="http://www.arquitecturacontextual.com/" target="_blank">TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual</a> designed the BRUMA winery as part of a 75-acre masterplan that includes a bed and breakfast, pool, spa, event space, and restaurant. <a href="http://inhabitat.com/tag/rammed-earth" target="_blank">Rammed earth</a> and recycled wood feature prominently in the rustic winery building.