P+0 Arquitectura completed a secluded home in a mountainous region in Mexico. The tricky terrain forced the architectural practice to think outside of the box. The building is not only adapted to fit the tricky topography but it is also designed to optimize the breathtaking surrounding views of Nuevo León.
The secluded home effortlessly integrates itself in the narrative of the location. The dual volumes that compromise the structure allow for some flexibility when it comes to the arrangement. The stony facade of the villa exudes a rustic feeling and the materials for it are locally sourced. Moreover, the Monterrey-based architectural practice adds a flat concrete roof to the building, allowing for it to be "accessible and [to] offer elevated vantage points."
Photo Credits: FCH fotografía,Juan Benavides