New 400 m2 / 4300 f2 private residence in Central Mexico. The project site is located within a Golf Course Community. The house is designed with (4) independent yet interconnected pavilions, each one functioning as a gallery, framing views and directly connected to the manicured lawns of the golf course and intimate private gardens. The overall design of the house takes its cues from pre-Columbian architecture where the four main pavilions are treated as temples resting on an elevated and sacred ground. The platform is raised on the street side to provide greater privacy and then transitions to a lower level to allow direct access to the house's great lawn. The interstitial / circulatory spaces between the pavilions are defined by the walls of the pavilions and a continuous roof plane which extends to cover a large outdoor communal gathering space. The extended roof plane also functions as a parasol for the communal terrace and to control sunlight for the adjacent Master Bedroom and Living / Dining Pavilions. The main terrace mediates a seamless transition between the interior spaces, the outdoor recreation platform, the private great lawn, and the golf course beyond.
The design of the Pavilion Garden House was done in collaboration between Cumella Architects and architect Francisco Carbajal Medina, Principal of PRDGM Architects in Mexico City. Renderings by Studio AG in Veracruz City.