Raw concrete residence in Mexico formed of a series of stacked boxes
Located at Tres Vidas Golf Course on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, the La Caracola Tres Vidas Beach House is integrated by a set of boxes that are displayed in order to enjoy a variety of different views. The heart of the house remains as a central open space which gathers the ground level deck and the swimming pool area.
The main landscape layout is composed by a grid of superimposed transversal lines, which achieve the effect of non boundary from the golf court. The Master bedroom is an elevated structural concrete tube supported by two column points, achieving two large terraces facing towards the sea.
The limit between the private plot and the Gulf Course is lost by the idea of ‘a non identify limit’. Making shadow areas is of paramount importance to respond to the vey heat and humid conditions of the seashore.
Design Architect: Paul Cremoux
Project Manager: Iñaki Echeverria
Pool Design & Special Design furniture: Greta Hauser