Casa Moya, located in Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City; It is a representative work of contemporary Mexican architecture and the handling of concrete.
The program of the house is distributed in 4 levels that explore the duality of the interior space with the exterior, dividing the program into private and social areas. It has 3 bedrooms, a study for work and reflection, large terraces, recreational spaces, a kitchen and a living/dining room that are integrated with the garden.
The clear volumetry, the materials and the vegetation manage to achieve a character of its own in each space. The pigmented concrete together with the quality in the detail, were key elements to transmit harmony and warmth, managing to integrate in a simple and subtle way into its environment.
The use of the curved dome as a central architectural element is a fundamental part of the spatial composition of the house, which allows breaking with the solidity of the volumes and providing transparency and permeability to the interior of the spaces.