Influenced by nature and the imminent presence of Cerro El Tepozteco, Casa Mona emerges. The project aims to minimally impact the terrain, creating voids that are filled beyond the material.
The ceiba tree serves as the central element. Around it, the restaurant, rooms, a spa, and an observation deck are distributed, allowing the creation of a central square with the ability to transform into a courtyard, common area, or event hall. It is an ephemeral space that remains vibrant at all times.
The rooms take advantage of the natural slope of the terrain to visually extend the square and disappear. This gesture provides greater privacy and offers a private terrace for each room. The black materiality establishes a dialogue with the location and the ground in which it is embedded.