Plan Reserva Las Rocas
The project comprises four, single-family dwellings in La Peña, Valle de Bravo. Due to the context, the vegetation and the very rugged topography, the proposal divided the program into independent volumes that freely adapt to the unique characteristics of its location. These autonomous and staggered volumes acquire proportions and heights that generate a relationship with their immediate surroundings. The differences in plan and section pay maximum respect to the existing site, and the outdoor terraces act as extensions that complete the whole. A rear corridor links each of these rooms on different levels and, being open to the south, heats the house, generates different environments along its course and opens up twin views that connect the project to the local landscape. The materials used for the volumes are simple and limited, and seek to highlight the colors, tones, and textures of the unbuilt space.
Valle de Bravo, Estado de México, 2017