In Tapalpa, a town surrounded by forest, this land is located with privileged views towards the mountains and "Las Piedrotas" one of the tourist and natural attractions of this area, a situation that was the starting point of the design. For the use of this location, a pavilion was generated as a cover and protection of the house and windows which open completely to let the outside in.
An open concept interior integrates the main areas, 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 created by leveling, attached to the main bedroom with privileged views, connecting directly to the 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. All the areas have been planned to be able to be integrated or separated as needed and in this way to be able to use or lend the property to friends and visitors of the family, creating a simultaneous interaction between all the members.
Four zones make up the house and are divided into Public, Private, Semi-private and Shared.