Architecture is a pluralistic reflection. It is attuned to history and emotions. The craft not only speaks of the physical, the provocation of intangible value in a work is what defines the relationship with its inhabitant.
Under the zenithal light that enters through the roof of the 4.5 meter high central space of the house, its inhabitants can enjoy the surrounding landscape through the large windows that end in two of its perimeter patios and a large terrace that extends into the terrain by means of vegetated platforms.
The rooms and services located in three cells that are articulated around the central space replicate the visual experience of closeness to the environment and distant views while maintaining a compact footprint of the building and a discreet presence on the site.
El Aguacate seeks to be the interface between its inhabitants and the place in which it is deployed; a welcoming space for rest and coexistence whose composition made up of interconnected courtyards and volumes allows the free flow of wind, natural light and circulations.
From an initial scheme of concentric squares, the design of the house develops by defining a geometric, programmatic and structural order that was later subverted to increase the size of the terrace and thus improve its comfort. All the elements work.
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