Paraíso is a vacation house located on a golf course in a residential area near Cuernavaca, Morelos. It is situated on a flat terrain, with two-story neighbouring houses on both sides. The main design intention in this project was to create a sense of spaciousness at the back, with a panoramic view of the golf course and the mountain range in the background. The floor plan consists of a single-story house with two main openings: one facing south on the street side, and the other facing north at the back, where most social and outdoor activities take place. To delimit the house’s property, low vegetation, trees, and shrubs were used instead of walls. This was done with the intention of blurring the boundaries between the house and the golf course. The architectural scheme is based on the repetition of a series of walls positioned towards the main views. These walls divide the different programs within the house to uniquely intersect with a circulation axis. All elements are unified by a single concrete slab that dominates the project underneath it. This was resolved through a two-faced ramp dictated by state regulations. On the other hand, the interior design and furniture workshop, LCMX, emphasizes the contrast of construction materials: huanacaxtle wood, steel, granite stone, and concrete. Additionally, all pieces were produced with great attention to detail, using both artisanal and modern production processes.