The construction of the project was achieved by linking all the spaces with the exterior by means of various entrances, gardens and / or terraces.
The main facade opens onto the east side garden. For the relation of the spaces, lattices, panels and sliding doors were created that play with the level of privacy of each space; We went through the public area in the background to take advantage of the views and the private area in front to take advantage of the sun.
The connection between the spaces is generated through the corridor, flanked by the terrace and a mirror of water, on the other side a configurable double view bookcase that connects the studio and the garden. The visual finish is a sliding lattice that allows the space to transform.
Landscaping is used as a strategy to link with the site, exercising as a decorative and compositional element.
Focusing on energy saving and the use of natural light, the project has rainwater collection and purification, water treatment plant for irrigation, solar panels for electric power generation and hot water; Cancellation of account with UV filters and thermal seal for maximum energy savings.
The house accumulates drinking water for up to 30 days without the need for rain or water from public land, red water is not used more than summer season (when rainwater is lacking, the same grass is filled with red water). Likewise, it has a USBF treatment plant (ascending flow filtration in English) that treats all the sanitary waste and uses it throughout the year for irrigation, thus avoiding the use of drinking water for the garden or car washing.
It has solar panels that generate an average of 40kW, corresponding to 100% of the total consumption of the house, with a bi-directional meter that returns to CFE the energy generated.