Located in a private subdivision of the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara, the project is conceived through the intention of creating a small interior natural space within this site, that is reason the entire project is oriented towards the central part, where large glass walls focus their sights towards a water mirror that is located in this area, which is accompanied by a steel division in its central part, that contains inside a tree of black olive species with more 6 m high, It means that this natural element can be perceived almost from any point in the house.
The architectural program is divided into three floors: A basement with garage for 2 cars, a small multipurpose warehouse and a distributor that connects directly to the central part of the project. The entire social area of the house is located on the ground floor, with large clearings and almost no solid elements, which allows the visual free both the central water mirror and a semi-covered terrace at the rear.
A staircase with wooden floating steps is the connection between the ground floor and the upper floor, which consists of a TV room in its central part that serves as a distributor to the rooms and other private areas of the house.
Finally, another set of floating steps, generate an access to a small terrace in the part of the roof, which due to its height manages to open a panoramic view of the surrounding mountain.