La Caracola is a residential venture completed in 2010 by PAUL CREMOUX studio.
Positioned in Guerrero, Mexico, it is surrounded by an impeccable green expanse, and is made in a contemporary industrial type.
La Caracola by PAUL CREMOUX studio:
“Located at Tres Vidas Golf Program seashore of the Pacific Ocean, the residence is integrated by a set of boxes that are displayed in buy to appreciate a range of distinct views. The heart of the home stays as an open central room which gathers the ground degree deck and the swimming pool spot.
The boundary among the personal plot and the Gulf Course is lost. This thought of “a none recognize limit” provoke amplitude landscape vision reading technique. And the residence is to be perceived as getting within the gulf course. The principal landscape layout is composed by a grid of superimposed transversal lines, which obtain the result of vegetation planes framing the construction.
The Master bedroom is an elevated structural concrete tube supported by 2 rectangular column factors, by undertaking this, the bedrooms principal region is divided in 2, creating open space that performs as a big observatory deck.
Making shadow places is of paramount value to respond to the vey heat and humid situations of the seashore.
The pool created by Architect Greta Hauser is taken care of as a sole strategy or a rug, making a poetic apparition into the gulf course a main element of landscape and recreation.”Very first Degree
Photos by: Roberto Beltrán & courtesy of PAUL CREMOUX studio