Casa Tiny By Aranza de Ariño
We journey ourselves to Puerto Escondido situated along Mexico's Pacific coastline. Perceived for its many beaches and whirring nightlife, we discover the perfect retreat at Casa Tiny, also known as Tiny House. Designed by Aranza de Ariño, this spacious, yet tiny concrete dwelling sits huddled amongst green foliage of trees just a short trek from the beach.
Tiny House is the perfect getaway for one or a couple to escape and reflect most simplistically. This house is cleverly designed to encourage one to disengage from the stress and worry of every day with its minimalistic and spartan interior featuring a mezzanine bedroom, a bathroom, and a distinctive kitchen. A spartan interior suggests that the house or room is bare and inspires one to live simply and purposely.
The feelings of warmth and emotion is evoked by the native wooden features of the window shutters and doors that open up into the beautiful open-air pool on one side of the house and the distinguishing kitchen on the other end. The boldest and most pompous highlights of Tiny House is its extensive concrete kitchen island which overextends into the outdoors showcasing the alfresco dining area while at the same time providing a soothing ambience for one to enjoy a meal or relax, recline, and unwind on the hammock.
Casa Tiny is the perfect place to spend a couple of days, a week or even a month while disconnecting from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experiencing life simply and abundantly at Casa Tiny. With our current situation surrounding the global pandemic, how gratifying would it be to escape to this beach house in Mexico? Book your stay for next year here!
Photography by Camila Cossio