By utilizing leftover materials originating from the original home, dev developer DCPP Arquitectos successfully updated its appearance while keeping construction costs low. In fact, the majority of wood, steel and tile found in this modern Mexican home came from repurposed materials. The end result is a delightful fusion of raw wood, rustic tiling and ridged metal sheeting. One interesting detail includes the kitchen ceilings, where wood beams cross over a modernized tin ceiling. The roof of the home also serves as a growing terrace, where dense vegetation hangs down from the sheer weight of it all. A dark red painted door and concrete façade combines seamlessly to create an intrinsic exterior look. Metal dining room chairs appear juxtaposed in an open dining room surrounded by wood beams.