Faced with a challenging hillside site and a budget of only $60,000, Dellekamp Arquitectos managed to design and build this striking modern home in Mexico City. The structure is composed of two rectangular volumes partially embedded into the hill. Three sides of the cubes are stucco walls, punctuated by only a few small windows. The fourth side, however, is composed entirely of glass. The home effectively has two opposite fascias, depending upon where it is being viewed from. The interior uses concrete floors throughout and rooftop terraces expand the living areas exponentially. The architects chose to emphasize the diagonal nature of the site with a unique paint scheme on the exterior. The square façades are divided into gray and white triangles, clearly reflecting the surrounding hillside.