Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Located within a closed subdivision, this particular lot is in front of the terrace and club of the directly linked subdivision, a situation that was the starting point of the design. For the use of this location, a pavilion was generated as a reason for entering the house, which is closed with windows and lattices to control lighting and ventilation, which opens completely to let the outside in.
An open concept interior integrates the main areas, the living room, dining room and kitchen merge into the same space, giving great amplitude to this area that is directly linked to the rear garden, attached to a master bedroom on the ground floor with privileged views, virtually connecting to the the park outside.
A composition of flexible rooms in the house adapts to the needs of the family. The main spaces play an important factor and are mostly open, resulting in a continuous space. A triple-height area connects the three levels and the roof garden, creating a simultaneous interaction between all the members.
For its design, the idea of generating a series of superimposed blocks that are removed as its name suggests in this game of wooden blocks for children was taken.