Located in Valle de Bravo, you will find Valle Santana, a project that demonstrates how architecture can rise and adapt to the landscape.
The guiding axis of Valle Santana is a line that transcends from the entrance to the lake, connecting all program areas. This axis, like the trunk of a tree, distributes functions evenly and cohesively.
Elevated from the ground by micropiles, the house allows water to flow gently beneath the platform, respecting the topography and its essential role in the arrangement of access and the program.
Topography plays a fundamental role in the strategic placement of Valle Santana. The house appears to rise from the ground, with its roof seemingly floating on the walls, creating an illusion that merges the construction with nature.