Project: Cereza House
Architects: Warm Architects
Location: Cancun, Mexico
Area: 2,368 sf
Photographs by: CLIMATICA
Cereza House by Warm Architects
Warm Architects have designed a spectacular contemporary home in the fabulous city of Cancun, on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The project is called the Cereza House and it is made up of 2,368 square feet of living spaces. The housing conditions are designed for an adult couple and can easily be reoriented and isolated, depending on the wishes of the residents. One thing that is absolutely certain though is the outstanding minimalist look of the bright contemporary exterior and the way it blends in perfectly with the modern city’s look.
The Cereza20 Residential Project consists of a versatile architectural program proposal for an adult couple. The housing conditions are optional. This means that the usage of the place may be either occupied entirely; or for future opportunities, it can be isolated depending on the conditions of the users.
The program consists of 220 m2 (2368 ft2) area on a plot of 216 m2 (2325 ft2) surrounded by houses and buildings that can limit the view and illumination input, which is why the project’s proposal includes inside green areas made of patios and terraces in both floors.
As the main focus of the project, the first floor central space of the house is designed as a double height lobby and includes the inner green patio spaces overlooking a glass wall through which the space receives natural light. This allows to integrate both floors, create interactive open spaces, visual lighting trajectories and interior/exterior quality spaces.
The court does not limit a contemplative vocation, but allows circulation between the second bedroom, the studio, and the social areas.The second floor is integrated into the double height in order to provide it with extensive visual qualities of natural light and ventilation from the patio.