A house isolated from noise and surrounded by forest is found south of Mexico City; the woods turn its essence into a dialogue between architecture and nature.
The firm PPAA presented Tlalpuente, house located in a forest area whose purpose is to explore its relationship with the environment around it. Free of neighbors, the architectural concept offered the idea of an open plan on a basement, above the land. Its style features basic geometry with a structural intersection, which defines the spaces within the house. This model resulted in three main voids, each one with a particular purpose: to complement the interior space of the construction, the views, and terraces. The structure is the perfect balance between the urban and natural.