This design adapts to a very long and narrow plot of land, creating a play of proportions and balance. The land was divided into three elements. These volumes alternate between solids and voids, maintaining equilibrium.
The solids, housing the public areas, are oriented towards the sea, while the private zones are sheltered towards the rear. Connectivity is achieved through a pergola-covered walkway that links the three volumes. This passageway generates contrasts of light and shadow, breathing life into an interior and exterior experience.
On the second level of Cozumel, the view takes center stage. Distinct spatialities open up to the landscape. Every corner of this residence encapsulates a unique perspective and a deep connection with the sea and the surrounding vegetation. The densely tree-populated land has been treated with utmost consideration. Most of the trees have been preserved and punctuate the pergola, seamlessly integrating into the architectural structure.